The Unforgivable Sin



In the religion of Wokeness, there are no forgivable sins. In the world of Rabbi Dave, there is at least one unforgivable sin – calling him on the cell phone, especially after 10pm.

But for those who have dared to offend the woke god , there is seemingly no way out, except for repeated pacification offerings that don’t really do anything except calm the god down for a short while, until the next great offense comes along to rekindle the outrage from the same people who are snarfing down junk food at night while claiming to be vegans all day long.

Or… it could just all be a big misunderstanding because your wife was concerned about her brain leaking…


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Logan’s Run



What started as a discussion over the Twitter Profile of a Congressional candidate in North Carolina, led to a long and winding road for the Good Friar and the Rabbi. From the concept of “free will” leading to the idea of the “Social Gospel” which in turn leads to perceived existential threats drove economic interests that seemingly had little to nothing in common with religious interests to unite to oppose common threats.

And developed into the religious-political entities that for the past FOUR decades have opposed the older religious-political entities.

So in a world where we are told to keep religion out of our politics, what happened?


SHOW LINKS

You Need to Take the Religious Left Seriously This Time

The “Social Gospel”

Jasime Beach-Ferrara Twitter Page

The Oxygen Will Be All Gone in a Billion Years

Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, Benjamin Fredmdan

KEEP MY. NAME OUT OF YOUR THIN. MOUTH.




The freedom to criticize opera is one of the most fundamental rights we have in this country. What you do not have the freedom to do is to sing along. They (Opera people) hate that.

The Internet of Stuff has taken over our lives… and now our afterlives.

And in what should become the most epic opera since “A True Daughter of the Party,” Helen Hywater and Caroline Nesbitt have created the most incredibly entertaining argument in the history of broccoli casserole…