Nuclear Spritualism

We have been on the run for the last three years. I don’t know exactly what happened, but Michael and I have been running around Canada, never settling down, or building friendships with the local people. I know we should stop running, but we can’t. Not when our lives were in danger.

It all began when Michael and I first started dating. We were sitting in a bar when Michael noticed two men at a nearby table sneaking glances at us. We didn’t say much about it, bit when the waitress brought out our drinks, she had given us a message that she had written on a napkin.


With that, Michael grabbed my hand and we fled from the bar and straight to his car. Within a few minutes, we were on the highway, with the two strange men chasing us in a Volvo. I turned to Michael and said, “What’s going on?”

Michael said, “Well, I was a secret agent who broke up a gay sex ring three years ago. Those two men chasing us were part of the ring, and they’re here to stop us.”

I gasped, wondering why those men were chasing us. Michael didn’t say much, but he knew what he did was very dangerous and could possibly get him killed. To make a long story short, we were on the run, and we couldn’t stop running until the two men chasing us were either dead or in jail.

Hardcore Humility

He should have been lucky I was so tired. If I was fully awake, I would have pushed him off the roof and possibly killed him.

Well, I don’t even know how I got onto the roof, let alone confronted him. But I knew something had to be happening, or I wouldn’t be here.

“What happened?” I snapped as I saw him.

He said, “You wouldn’t believe me if I told you. You remember Paul Colbert?”

“How could I not?” I snapped. “He was always flirting with the boys and being cruel to all the girls. Why? What happened to him?”

“Rumor has it that some guy had enough of him flirting with him and he pushed him off the cliff in Big Sur,” he said.

“You’re kidding, right?” I said.

“Paul is dead, or if not, he’s close to it,” he said. “And they funny thing is that no one’s shedding any tears over him.”

“Maybe he got what he deserved,” I said.

“Maybe,” he said.

“So, why are you here?” I said.

“Paul’s sister is angry with me because I chose to date Dorothy instead of him,” he said. “In fact, she’s been harassing me for a while.”

“I can’t believe her,” I said. “Is she really that messed up in the head? What girl wants her brother to date a boy?”

“Sally,” he said.

I shook my head, knowing that Sally had some explaining to do…

Stale Grapes News – Man Found Living in City Park; Program to End Homelessness Blamed ~ by Jay Parrish

Sadie Canyon News
Sadeliade Canyon, Arizona
January 13, 2013

Today, the Sadeliade Police Department discovered a 22-year-old man living in a camp near the city park. the man in question, Dustin Lindsay, was arrested for homelessness and his possessions confiscated. While the chief of police has yet to release a public statement detailing the arrest, most of the general public blamed the charity Rainbow Shelters Inc., an organization to help homeless gay teenagers and young adults find jobs and housing.

“It’s a shame that this poor young man has to endure this,” said an unnamed young woman. “I don’t know why [Rainbow Shelters] hasn’t done more to help him. It’s so sad that he might have to spend a year or two in prison because he lived next to the park.”

Yet several other people don’t share her sentiments, as one man said, “I don’t know why people aren’t doing more to stop this. That man could have been a sexual predator, as he lived in a park where our children played. Any one of those children could have been a victm and we wouldn’t have known about it until it was too late.”

Another woman said, “I wonder why the man couldn’t find a Christian organization to help him with his problems, as Rainbow Shelters doesn’t seem to care about him at all.”

The city council will plan a meeting regarding this issue later this week.

Gay Ignorance

In a time where tolerance of sins and moral depravity was the thing, one man sought to turn his life around.

He knew it wasn’t easy, as people told him that there was nothing wrong with being gay and that it was acceptable to be gay, but those people didn’t understand his pain. They didn’t understand how he was filled with self-loathing and anger. He was angry that he had disappointed his parents by claiming himself as gay.

How ignorant can the public be, he thought to himself as he sat outside the cafe, watching the world go by. How much longer can this last? He knew a huge balloon of objectiveness was growing, the balloon symbolizing the objections to the moral depravity. He knew that many people wanted to see him be punished for his moral sins, but how could he face punishment when he wanted to change his ways?

Diversity Will Get You Everywhere

So, what’s the big deal with diversity?

It’s everywhere, which makes me feel nervous. It’s like everyone’s turning it into a game to see how diverse you can be.

Diversity is not a game.

Diversity is the number of people who are diverse in terms of ethnicity, gender, and something else; I don’t know what it is. But the way people are using diversity nowadays is insulting.

And I don’t like insulting things.

Just the other day, this girl decided to identify as a male wolf. Everyone just rolled their eyes at her, thinking that she was just making up something. I was so angry that I slapped her and told her that she was a human girl, so she’d better act like one.

See? Diversity is not a game. So let’s all quit making up stuff about ourselves and truly embrace what diversity really is, OK?

Pulling The Plug On Pride

They say pride goes before a fall.

I used to think those words were stupid, as if you could fall because of pride. But I really should have paid attention to the fine print, as me attending a parade promoting homosexuality ultimately cost me everything.

Because I attended the parade, I lost my job, I was kicked out of my apartment, and my family and friends stopped speaking to me. I was now homeless living on the streets, all because I failed to heed the warning. Well, I should have stayed home instead of attending the parade.

Pride goes before a fall.

And I have certainly fallen.