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The Timeless Art Of Obligation

By P. Silva, published on Feb 14, 2008

It's that time of year again asSt. Valentine, the patron Saint of Hallmark, returns to remind us of ourlove bearing dutiesand and obligatory assimilation into the hive.

But, even good ole St.'Tine would flip his wigover the gluttony affixed to his namesake. It is the pit-bull of passion and the pitfall of logic. What other holiday can shake, break, or fake a relationship in one tender bitch slap? Why are we made to feel like dirt for not feasting init's spoils?.

I, for one, don’t buy into the kookiness that proving your love to someone should be dictated by a calendaroran... (more)


Karaoke Kills

By P. Silva, published on Jun 3, 2007

When I think of karaoke, I think of stupidity… much like when I think of stupidity, I think of our 43rd president. The idea of interacting with a pack of tone deaf knuckleheads and their inability to carry a tune is not high on my agenda list. It's like watching those first bunch of episodes of American Idol where you think, are these dipshits for real? A story in today’s news got me thinking I’m far from alone… “Man shot dead for bad singing in Philippine karaoke bar”. The headline pretty much says it all. A security guard allegedly shot some poor bastard in a karaoke bar for... (more)


My God is Green

By P. Silva, published on May 30, 2007

Contrary to Hollywood’s fabled Santa Claus-like adaptations, there are oodles of contrasting depictions of an omnipotent presence believed to room overhead. The civilized world may be quick to subscribe to the likeness of a George Burns or Morgan Freeman, but indubitably any spurious deity embodies varied denominations and color. Be it Allah or Buddha, Yahweh or Brahman, most see god and heaven in their own image. My god is green. First, let me clarify for any scientologists reading, that I am not referring to a soul-wrangling succubus from the Galactic Confederacy when I declare my god... (more)

Tags: hollywood, traffic

An Inconvenient Wait : Gore-Clinton in '08

By P. Silva, published on May 23, 2007

Somebody needs to bitch slap Al Gore. How can someone so hell bent on saving the planet deny the catastrophe right in his own backyard? Before we can save the world, we need to save our country. It's a simple matter of prioritizing. Much like the effects of global warming so prevalent on his plate, America is suffering for the sins of the father and needs his help. No more Monday morning quarterbacking. No more appearances on Saturday Night Live, despite their comedic value. The White House has been gang-banged by a revolving door of incompetents since you packed up your pet rock paper weight... (more)

Tags: global warming, sex, al gore

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