I need a snazzier name for this segment. But this will have to do until I can channel some (un)divine inspiration.
Disclaimer: Not all of these quotes are actually from the internet. So I fail.
As much as I play around with the concept, no one who's actually met a modern female human can believe that we're all fleshy Cathy homunculi made of Activia lids and tampon strings. (Right?)"Lindy West, Link.
I hope you’re like me. I hope you have put off reading Wuthering Heights forever for some vague reason. Maybe you figure it for weak tea. You’ve heard things. Costumes. A period piece. A love story for the ages. Just pick it up. Don’t read the back. Don’t read the introduction by a noted scholar. Especially don’t look at the cover. Remember that part in the Bible when the rich man gazes up from hell and begs for just a drop of water on his tongue? Spoiler alert: He doesn’t get it. I guess you get a drop of water from Emily Brontë, but just a tiny one, and not before she pulls it away again and again – most awfully and exhilaratingly near the end, when the narrator tortures you by saying (I’ll paraphrase) “Too bad this didn’t end up the way it would in a book.” My jaw dropped cartoonishly, which doesn’t happen often in real life, and it wasn’t the first time. The reading is propulsive, fueled by the adrenaline of helpless dread.Jack Pendarvis, Link.
Lest anyone try to convince you that God should be separated from the state, our Founding Fathers, they were believers.Sarah Palin, Link.
...the government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.1797 Treaty of Tripoli
My kingdom is not of this world.Jesus, John 18:36
I mean, come on Sarah. You can't argue with Jesus.