Ex-pope Benedict blames abuse scandals on sexual freedom of the ’60s
JUST AS I THINK I HAVE HEARD IT ALL…A GOOFY, OLD GEEZER, EX-POPE BENEDICT XVI, MAKES AN ASININE STATEMENT. I THINK HE MAY BE INHALING TOO MUCH OF THAT WHITE SMOKE THAT SIGNALS A DECISION HAS BEEN MADE IN THE POPE-HOOD. -SHEILA TOLLEY-
THE 1960’S CALLED AND ASKED THAT THIS MESSAGE BE GIVEN TO THIS GOOFY OLD MAN.
“MAN, WHAT IN THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU? AGREED, WE WERE QUITE FREE WITH OUR LOVE IN THE SIXTIES. WE RAN AROUND HALF OR TOTALLY NAKED. WE EVEN GATHERED A MILLION PEOPLE ON A DAIRY FARM IN BETHEL, NEW YORK FOR A THREE DAY FESTIVAL. IT WAS A GROOVY, OUTTA SIGHT, COOL FESTIVAL CALLED WOODSTOCK…REMEMBER? IT IS SYNONYMOUS WITH THE COUNTERCULTURE MOVEMENT OF THE 1960s. WE HAD A LOT OF SEX, DRUGS, AND ROCK ‘N’ ROLL. BUT……THE MOLESTATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN WAS NOT PART OF OUR AGENDA. YOU OWE THE SIXTIES AN APOLOGY, OLD MAN!
Nothing the Nazi-Democrats do surprises me. The news makers/party leaders are vile creatures.
The Editor: Is this about politics, LL ?
Slimy Cat: Maybe later in the article, first check out this illegal creature.
Here is a poisonous illegal in Florida.
Amigo said his reparation solution would be to give America back to the Native Americans. It would be better to rent it than pay for the infrastructure, defense, and upkeep. It could be like leasing a car.
I will be glad when this SKANK is no longer quotable.
Explanation: The Rosette Nebula, NGC 2237, is not the only cosmic cloud of gas and dust to evoke the imagery of flowers, but it is the most famous. At the edge of a large molecular cloud in Monoceros some 5,000 light years away, the petals of this cosmic rose are actually a stellar nursery. The lovely, symmetric shape is sculpted by the winds and radiation from its central cluster of hot young, O-type stars. Stars in the energetic cluster, cataloged as NGC 2244, are only a few million years young, while the central cavity in the Rosette Nebula, is about 50 light-years in diameter. The nebula can be seen with a small telescope toward the constellation of Monoceros, the Unicorn. This natural appearing telescopic portrait of the Rosette Nebula was made using broadband and narrowband filters, because sometimes roses aren’t red.
Tomorrow’s picture: bright star, dark nebula