Her nose points to the ether, to jab the stratosphere, She’s two percent quintessence and ninety-eight veneer; You’d think she’d been embittered as early as baptism, With mugwort oil anointed, […]
Here creeps a well-adapted example or rare fauna – A crossbreed seldom spotted, half-rat and half-piranha; A cunning stealth attacker and skilful bottom feeder, You will not see him coming […]
Aren’t they manly.
Contrary to the theory of evolution, which claims initially the fittest survived in order to improve the species, creationism has people believing humans originate from one single incestuous family.
A community of content creators initially based on criticising religion has been pushing conservatism for a good few years, ignoring the religiosity of conservatives in general. Makes sense, right?
Don’t you just love these publications trawling through obituaries in case they find something worth monetising?
From using inspirational tales to morbid curiosity, click-bait sites have developed an art of making irrelevant two-sentence stories drag on for (usually) more than ten pages.
By the way, they are still doing it now and their numbers are growing, with the Moscow-fuelled bigotry wave sweeping Europe.
If only they could see religion, for a minute or so, from the other side of the fence.