This morning, while breaking up camp on Mount Desert Island, I noticed that someone had placed a small polyester American flag next to a water spigot. In the course of regular use, the water spigot had hit the soil, kicked up some of that soil,
I’m not one to simply post links, but look at this image, think about who’s not going to be rioting and killing innocent people because of it… … and then ask yourself, who’s making Islam look bad? Some filmmaker, or the crowds of zealots killing
Holy Marinara! What are the chances of that?
I ran across this piece of wood the other day. Wouldn’t you know, it looks just like Jesus! Now what are the chances of that? Makes you think, don’t it?
Two and a half years ago, the country of Malaysia was all a-twitter when an image of Jesus Christ holding a can of beer in one hand and a cigarette in another appeared in a newspaper. Cries for swift government retribution filled the air, because
But then they faded.
This morning, right after I finished my yogurt I brought my bowl to the kitchen and set it on the counter. Do you see it? What does it mean?
This morning, CafePress.com has rolled out a new website design, complete with a new logo and everything. The logo is meticulously designed to look as though it were spray-painted in someone’s garage, in that kind of distressed way that you get when you don’t have
Christians Riot Over Offensive Images of Jesus with a Cigarette and Beer. The Problem is Fundamentalism.
When some Muslims in some nations staged riots during the 2005-2006 debacle surrounding the publication of images of Mohammed, right-wing politicians used the riots to decry the emergence of “islamofascism” in widely cut-and-pasted opinion pieces around the internet and in print newspapers as well. Right-wing
We’ve written a lot here at Irregular Times, and along with our many words come many images. From time to time someone links directly to an image we’ve put on our servers, having it appear on their blog or home page but still drain our
14 year old Jessica Perry of Jacksonville, Florida has seen the image of Jesus in a piece of hard candy: The young, enterprising believer wants to sell the candy on eBay. Praise be! But hey, look what I saw this morning on my kitchen counter: