To the right, an interesting t-shirt I spotted on the way to The Big Tent this morning.
I cannot fathom why girls would knowingly hook up with boys who, they know ahead of time, would encourage them to abort their child after an oopsie. Pro-life boys, at least, would accept responsibility.
And what difference does it ultimately make? Fathers have no say in the life or death of their preborn children anyway. Pro-life boys will lament the death of unique human offspring created together; pro-choice boys will not only celebrate finding perpetual free sex, but also excapism from fatherhood.
Seems to me this girl is a walking advertisement for a good time at the DNC….
Whatever. Moving on, I thought you might like to see my working environment, so here’s a photo of me this morning with my fellow bloggers in the background:
Yesterday I received an anti-McCain condom here; today it was a button.
Also, greenness is huge here; our table service is even compostable. There is a compost trash can next to the regular and recyclable trashes. Some of my conservative friends will worry I’ve gone to the dark side because there is an element of environmentalism I connect with. Earth and everything in it is God’s creation and should be treated with respect.
But as I explained to a fellow blogger yesterday, who became beside himself when I said I didn’t believe in the theory of global warming, liberals have taken a good thing too far, worshipping the earth as god and placing a higher priority on plant and animal life than on human life.
I told this fellow about Barack Obama, btw. He didn’t believe me.
Famous people also drop by The Big Tent. Dan Rather is speaking upstairs right now on new media and MSM (which, I caught him saying, he didn’t consider himself a part of when I ran up to get a photo). CO US Senator Ken Salazar dropped by a little while ago.
By sheer “luck”, the only other conservative blogger and I happened to sit by each other today(! ), Conn Carroll of the Heritage Foundation.