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Mar 21 2014

Someone Is… On The Internet

An article on politics— No if, no ands, no buts— Will bring out Libertarians Who’ll demonstrate they’re nuts But also arch-conservatives And liberals by the score Who’ll engage in verbal fisticuffs And all return for more. An essay on religion— Any angle you might choose— An opinionated blog post Or the fair and balanced news …

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May 22 2013

Pointing Fingers, For Fun (And Profit?)

You can blame it on the president Or blame it on the press; Its Republicans—or Democrats! That put us in this mess It’s the radical conservatives Who can’t admit defeat, Or the constant wimpy whining Of the liberal elite Yes, we’re quickly pointing fingers— Someone’s got to take the fall— And it doesn’t really matter …

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Mar 03 2013

If You Don’t Agree With This, You’re An Idiot

It’s the modern world I live in, And I use it when I can I get all my information From my common, fellow man I won’t venture an opinion Till I see what others think— And I’ll read it all in pixels, Cos I cannot wait for ink. Yes, the internet is perfect When you …

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Aug 01 2012

No, The Internet Is Not A Church For Atheists

The ‘net is a church for us atheists Say the people who have a real church Do they just use the phrase to annoy us in ways? Other metaphors work, if you search:

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