Category: Abnormal Psychology

Christmas Letter from the Carbuncles

Apparently Merlin had a habit of eating litters of new puppies. Good thing Boyle still sleeps with our dogs and keeps them safe from that damn lizard.

Monday December 15th, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, Christmas | No Comments »

5 Most Shocking Moments in Christmas History

One must wonder, however, whether Santa’s “Ho, ho, ho” was the exclamation of a happy man, or the rumblings of a bitter old fellow who just couldn’t seem to forgive his wife for errors of the past.

Wednesday December 10th, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, Christmas, History | 3 Comments »

Colorado’s Legalized Pot: A Dangerous Disappointment

The science is clear and unambiguous – pot is a dangerous substance. It is not like alcohol at all. There is a reason it is classified as a Schedule I controlled dangerous substance, right along with heroin, LSD and ecstasy.

Monday December 1st, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, Legalized Pot | No Comments »

Why Liberal Women Love Pigs

For a liberal woman to decry the wolfish, unfaithful behavior of her male chauvinist pig husband would constitute a fundamental hypocrisy.

Democrat Apps for your Not-so-Smart Phone

The Hillary Clinton Benghazi App: Nobody knows what this app does, but what difference, at this point, does it make?

Saturday November 1st, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, technology, Zombie Turkeys | No Comments »

DHS Zombie Scenarios: Designed to Desensitize?

Everyone should be alarmed when government agencies which brand military veterans, people of faith, and Conservatives as potential “domestic terrorists” begins to use moving, breathing, human targets as fodder in their para-military drills.

Blowing Smoke: Why Pot it NOT the Same as Alcohol

The essential consideration that disqualifies cannabis as the moral equivalent of alcohol is human tradition, especially Western tradition. Alcohol is found everywhere and virtually every culture has a set of traditions which dictate its use.

Scrambled or Over Easy: Marijuana and the Teen Brain

One neuropsychological effect of regular marijuana use is a significant loss in IQ points between the ages of 13 and 38, whereas non-users have no significant drop in IQ over their lifetime.

The Best of Mark Uterus

Mark Udall doesn’t have a brain to probe, but he does have a uterus between his hairy, old man ears. Meet Mark Udall’s subtextual scion, Mark Uterus.

Sunday October 12th, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, Abortion | No Comments »

Conservative Apps for your Really Smart Phone

The Hayek App: It beeps an alarm signal when you have gone too far down the road to serfdom.

Tuesday September 30th, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, New Apps, technology | No Comments »
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