P vs. V


my not politically correct answer to


you all have such incredible powers. as far as i know (and i could be wrong since i’m not in control), my penis is more of a parasite that has mind control abilities. it’s not cool mind control since it only affects the mind of the person it is in (double entendre). it acts/reacts when it wants and it makes us primarily do stupid things to, i believe, garner some of the V’s (capital V) über powers. here is my answer to the top 10.  #10 something about a beaver but now it’s a rabbit? I misunderstood that one; #9. so why am i buying the flowers again? think of the help you could do bringing back the bee population; #8 i want to see Hogwarts. no fair.; #7 you made frodo and sam suffer the entire trip when you could have just ended the war. very selfish i say; #6 actually i like them too. thank you; #5 this one wasn’t a secret except i thought it was a longer range than 100 foot radius. with all the women around i think it’s gone from temporary stupidity to chronic; #4/3 yeah, probably not want to drink or eat but it would be a cool party or stage trick and would be helpful in disaster relief situations; #2 maybe some of those times you ask if we’ve been listening it’s because you didn’t realize you went invisible. something to keep a watch over if you can; #1 i guess there are a lot of women who were secretly wanting the sex if they got pregnant. (satire)

this is supposed to be funny by the way.

That’s why I’m,

Santa’s Fallen Angel


Honor in sports

Watching the Olympic games can be just as disheartening as playing sports. When I started playing tennis a few years ago I was told that if I KNOW I was out on a serve or hit and the other player doesn’t call it that I should take the point and keep going. I’ve been watching various olympic games and recently the men’s final sand volleyball. Twice the same player made obvious mistakes that the ref didn’t catch even though the other team protested. The question would be if the offender knew he had messed up. The first time he touched the ball twice for a total of four hits from the team. The second time his hand hit the net on the way down. I think I would know that I hit the net. I still think that you should call it on yourself and be honest. It shouldn’t be part of the sport to take accept the mistake and move on. Honor is no longer what it used to be. Yes the refs are human and mistakes are made but to paraphrase something, Honor is doing the right thing even when no one is watching.


Santa’s Fallen Angel