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Songs Covered Awesomely

Posted by V the K at 8:16 pm - April 4, 2015.
Filed under: Music

WHEREAS it is Saturday and WHEREAS I am sick of blogging about #WeddingCakeFascists and WHEREAS Jeff and Nick are totes AWOL… another music thread.

It’s not very often that a cover version of a song is better than the original. And some cover versions are so godawful they not only taint the memory of the original forever, but also damage time and space itself. Let’s discuss the first kind, and invite people to link to other beloved cover versions in the comments, won’t we?

Um…. and if you are suicidally depressed after that “Hurt” cover, Shonen Knife’s cover of The Carpenters “Top of the World” should bring back your will to live; perky Japanese chicks always make me glad to be alive.

And of course, saving the best for last, my favorite band and my favorite cover


Man with Murse Miffed

Posted by V the K at 4:58 pm - April 4, 2015.
Filed under: Sex Difference

I knew a gay dude in college who carried a purse everywhere. Upon meeting someone he would always say, “I carry a purse, does that bother you.” One day I passed him on the quad and said, “What’s up, purse-boy.” And he got really offended by that.

I was reminded of that guy (What was his name? Paul? Pretty sure it was Paul, but then it might just be because Purse-Boy Paul is so irresistibly alliterative) when I read about this special snowflake getting all miffed up because he wasn’t allowed to bring his manpurse into the cinema. (Naturally, this happened in Florida)

Zac Adams told Bay News 9 he was banned from bringing in his bag because he’s a man. He secretly captured his discussion with a theater staffer on his cell phone camera.

“Because ladies carry big bags, that’s the normal thing for ladies to do,” a female manager tells Adams.

So he was already recording this when it happened? Sounds like a bit of a set-up.  But maybe some gay left hate group should burn the theater down, just to be sure.


The Next Fronts in the Gay Left’s War on Christians

Posted by V the K at 4:49 pm - April 4, 2015.
Filed under: War on Christians

Over at Breitbart, Ben Shapiro looks at how the gay left is taking rights away from private businesses and speculates where this war is headed.  The gay left promised that gay marriage would not affect anyone beyond same-sex couples wanting to get married. As the experiences of Memories Pizza and Barronelle Stutzman show, this was a lie. The gay left is not content with having won state recognition of same-sex marriage, and thinks that they must force Christians (but not Muslims) who oppose same-sex marriage to bow down before them. Shapiro sees that following as the gay left’s next targets:

  • Churches: The gay left has already begun a push to have churches tax-exempt status revoked if they refuse to perform same-sex marriages.
  • Religious Universities: Universities that do not support same-sex marriage will be denied tax-exempt status and will have their accreditation revoked.
  • Religious Schools: Already in California, private schools are required to teach a pro-gay curriculum. Those that don’t will be shut down by the State.

The gay left simply cannot tolerate a difference of opinion. You will celebrate gay marriage, or you will be punished.

I have seen this image crop up on Facebook. Yes, indeed, they are coming for the churches.


Wedding Cake Fascists Beat Up an Old Lady

Posted by V the K at 1:07 pm - April 4, 2015.
Filed under: War on Christians

Baronelle Stutzman is a florist. When a customer asked her to provide services for a same-sex wedding, she referred them to another florist. And for this unconscionable and horrific violation of their human rights minor offense to their feelings, the couple and the state of Washington chose to sue her and take away her business, her life savings, and her home.

Because that’s what happens when you have a different opinion on an issue than the ruling elite.

There is a GoFundMe account to help her out as well.

Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

In Progressive-occupied Colorado, it is the official policy of the state that gays have more rights than other people.

Last week, the Colorado Civil Rights Division ruled that Denver’s Azucar Bakery did not discriminate against William Jack, a Christian from Castle Rock, by refusing to make two cakes with anti-gay messages and imagery that he requested last year.

Last year, the Colorado Civil Rights Division ruled that another bakery, Masterpiece Cake Shop in Lakewood, could not refuse to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, calling it discriminatory.

One set of rules for the politically favored, a different set of rules for everybody else. That’s America under the Obamacrats.

Note: According to a liberal polling outfit, only 32% of Americans support punishing people for refusing to take part in gay weddings.  Unfortunately, those 32% control the media, academia, the courts, and the government.