Tuesday musings . . . .
I see that some bloggers still can't let go of the fact that David Parker lost his case.
I can't help but feeling a little concerned as to how many of these so-called people of faith are allowing themselves to be taken in by the anti-gay industry propaganda machines. Many blogs that I have read are claiming that all sorts of calamities will happen, including:
Elementary school children will be taught homosexuality, including having tests complete with connect-the-dots,
High schoolers will be forced to memorize parts from Mildred Pierce, All About Eve, and (gasp) songs from Cher albums,
Whitney Houston may go back to Bobby Brown,
Britney Spears will win an Oscar,
Ann Coulter will win a Pulitzer Prize - Okay that last one scares even me!
As you can tell, I am in a light mood today. But I really shouldn't be because I have yet another reason to despise the gay community.
Today I went to the local library to look up a bit of information for my book. To find what I was looking for, I had to go to the third floor, via an escalator. It wouldn't be too bad except for the fact that I have a bad case of vertigo and whoever built my public library obviously liked those movies with single bridges overlapping huge valleys of land.
Let's just say that I dug my nails in the handles of the escalator so hard that I went through the rubber and hit metal.
And when it was over, I had to sit down for 10 minutes.
Not to worry though because I did find what I was looking for. The ironic thing is that it will probably add up to at least two or three sentences in my book. But they are an important two or three sentences.
It will be another example in my book of how the anti-gay industry cherry picks information in order to harm our community.
And speaking of my book, I hope to send it to the publisher on Monday. Not exactly March 1, but my index is a killer. I want to make sure that I include all of my sources.
When I send it off, I hope to list the chapters by name on this blog. Keep your fingers crossed!