Inside a Title IX Cover-Up

Oh my! Where did it go?

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Some of you may be wondering where the title IX cover-up story and Three Hours of Holding Hands went? Those posts have been temporarily removed as I assess and evaluate my own legal recourse at this time in response to the threat of a lawsuit sent at 7:13 pm on a Friday demanding the removal of the entire blog by Monday. Well, SLAP me silly!

The male Greater Sage Grouse is known for its impressive strutting display which, though connected with neither bite nor scratch, wards off competitors by ballooning up its air sacs with great grandeur and issuing intimidating thumps for periods of hours on end.

But don’t worry. There’s going to be A LOT more noise on this space big time from your favorite trouble-making Jezebel. 😉 Maybe even louder than the sound of SLAPPING.

It’s worth the wait, but for a sneak preview:


Sipping Scotch at Tolkien’s Table Whilst We Talked of Demons, Part VI: Return of the Angels

With Lazzari to aid our reason, we are well on our way to a complete understanding of cosmic and moral order. Including the applicability of Christian Earth Truth to the fate of the Mon Calamari. Here is what we can now be certain about: human Jesus did not save aliens. The fall of humans didContinue reading “Sipping Scotch at Tolkien’s Table Whilst We Talked of Demons, Part VI: Return of the Angels”

Sipping Scotch at Tolkien’s Table Whilst We Talked of Demons, Part V: Mon Cala Strikes Back

Last we left off, Lazzari had disproven the trans-galactic savior school of Thomistic soteriology by reference to his earlier proof that aliens are not humans. Thus, the conclusion he reached regarding scenario 4 was as follows: “While the advantage of the first school is that it takes the Incarnation as the awe-inspiring event that itContinue reading “Sipping Scotch at Tolkien’s Table Whilst We Talked of Demons, Part V: Mon Cala Strikes Back”

Sipping Scotch At Tolkien’s Table Whilst We Talked of Demons, Part IV: A New Hope in Mon Calamari Christ

As we left off in our last post, Lazzari proved that aliens have immortal souls and “it was established that, according to the principles of Thomistic metaphysics, intelligent extraterrestrial life forms with radically different matter than human beings do not have human natures” (Lazzari, 445). In other words, aliens are not humans. However, since theyContinue reading “Sipping Scotch At Tolkien’s Table Whilst We Talked of Demons, Part IV: A New Hope in Mon Calamari Christ”

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