Whatever you do don’t piss off the gay people!

Apparently they have the power to cause natural disasters and wars to break out. Ed Brayton fills us in on it over at his blog:

It always amuses me just how powerful the anti-gay loonies think homosexuality is. It’s so powerful that it causes the very tectonic plates to crash together, causing earthquakes in San Francisco. It causes the weather patterns to change, causing hurricanes in Florida and New Orleans. And all of this, of course, accompanied by lots and lots of death and suffering for innocent (i.e. straight) people. One half expects to see a gay superhero who takes his heroic form by yelling “By the power of Garland!” at the top of his lungs.

Bartholomew, as usual, is on top of the latest developments in the bizarro world occupied by the truly whacked fundamentalists in all three major monotheistic religions, particularly in Israel. And to no one’s surprise, they’re blaming the war with Hezbollah and Hamas on the upcoming gay pride event in Jerusalem.

It’s a long, but worthy read. Go check it out and be stunned at the idiocy of True Believers™ once more.

12 thoughts on “Whatever you do don’t piss off the gay people!

  1. Don’t you remember Jerry Falwell’s claim that 9/11 was God’s punishment for allowing homosexuals and abortionists to exist?

    Or perhaps it was those gay, Amish homosexuals.

    No, wait.  It was those reptilian, shape-shifting, gay, Amish, Freemasons for one world government that caused 19 weirdos from the middle east to crash airplanes into buildings.

    It’s the Jews.

  2. As a gay man, I only wish I had the kind of powers attributed to my “kind.”  You know, it’s hard enough with all the work we currently do—such as gentrifying dilapidated neighborhoods and preventing the populace from looking like trolls through our hair and makeup talents—without the added pressure that superhuman powers would bring.  But if this mantle has been thrust upon me, I’ll do my best.  I guess I should run now—I have to design a FAB-U-LOUS costume!  (Spadex, here I come!)

  3. Oh dear.

    I guess Canada should be warned of some onslaught soon to hit then since we’re hosting the Outgames in Montreal next weekend.

    Worse still, we’ve legalized gay marriage up here, so we’re certainly due for at least a plague of locust or something, aren’t we?

  4. Gay superhero? Would that be the bloke who arrives in the nick of time to stop you buying the horrible shirt?  Their secret costume- a sensible/boring suit and tie?

    Apparently they can make you gay just by looking at you, no matter how straight you are!

    Faster than a speeding Bible its OMIPOLONY MAN.

    (Now who gets that Reference?)

  5. Huh. I was under the impression that everything negative under the sun was the fault of the
    homoislamomexifascists.

    LH: Apparently they can make you gay just by looking at you, no matter how straight you are!

    Fear! Fear! Fear!!!

    Ed Brayton: One half expects to see a gay superhero who takes his heroic form by yelling “By the power of Garland!

  6. This is funny … except for the fact that there are people exactly like Ed writes about and … that’s scary as their favourite president has immense power and little wisdom.

  7. Believers in Israel and all over the world have been bombarding Heaven for God to intervene. . .

    Heck, so bombing the other’s backyard IS the approved way of communication there! wink

  8. Hey Les, I uploaded my pic as the avatar directlly on your site after the Gravatars started failing. Still isn’t showing up…

  9. Ingolfson, I see a photo attached to your account, but not an avatar. I’m guessing you uploaded it to the wrong spot. EE lets you have a photo in addition to an avatar.

    I’ve taken the liberty of uploading your photo as your avatar. It should be showing up now.

  10. Thanks. Finally, my smug mug is back up!

    I really have to get myself a better pic. In my defense, graduating may be something to be slightly happy about.

  11. Finally, my smug mug is back up!

    That’s a good photo, Ing.
    Why do we find it so hard to make a straight out positive comment about our own looks/photos? smile
    Too much into the vicinity of vanity, isn’t it?
    Ha-ha. It says something about we that have a photo of ourselves as our avatar though, doesn’t it?
    I remember at high school someone said to me: To love one’s self is the beginning of a life-long romance.
    I negatively misunderstood it for years.
    Now? LOL

  12. I really have to get myself a better pic. In my defense, graduating may be something to be slightly happy about.

    Considering I never graduated from college myself I’d say, yes, it’s something worth being happy about.

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