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Emily Wolfe - Violent Veins

Persecute, you defy, execute, crucify, crucify…

I’ll make this short since I have an awesome vid of the day to upload and you know…dishes to wash.  It’s political so if that isn’t your thing you can skip to the video in the next post.

Dear National Organization for Marriage Hate Group:

Although in the past I have only been an occasional Starbucks customer, I have decided to frequent my local shop on a regular basis to help offset the loss of your 18,000 bigoted boycotters.

FYI – maybe if you all spent as much time on your own marriages as you do on trying to prevent others from marrying we might not be saddled with a 40-50% divorce rate in the US.  I won’t even get into how your behavior on this isssue is so counter to true Christian ideals as to be unrecognizable as such.  I guess the thrill of teaching your kids to hate is just too enticing to pass up.

Gee, aren’t you all so proud? Oh wait, isn’t excessive Pride the most serious of the…cough…right.


** For those interested, visit SumofUs to sign a thank you card to Starbucks for standing up for gay rights. **

2 Responses to “Persecute, you defy, execute, crucify, crucify…”

  • I get so confused. The National Organization for Marriage is against marriage? But I thought marriage was good….

    Oh, never mind. I just went and did some reading. I confess I hadn’t heard about this crew. Sigh.

    However, just to balance things out with something lovely, here’s the recipe for cold-brewed iced coffee from my friend ella’s collection.

    Mix 1/2 c. coarsely ground coffee and 2 cups water in a Mason jar or some such. Let it sit at room temperature at least 12 hours. Strain, like through a mesh strainer lined with a coffee filter.

    Chill, then add milk, ice sugar, etc. to taste. I mix mine half and half with milk. You could add a bit more water or ice if you don’t want so much milk. It’s the best iced coffee ever. Not a lick of bitterness. I use Starbucks’ Verona, and it has just a slight hint of chocolate.


    • kit:

      I only drink iced coffee on long trips (usually about 10 hours in Kahuna will hand me a starbucks doubleshot can and say “mumble mumble mumble drive” before passing out) but the teenager loves it. Your recipe sounds not only good, but easy to make. ;)

      We may give it a try tonight and have it for breakfast in the morning.

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