Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Nature responds with a stinging rebuke to gay pride: Mass stingings in San Diego coastal waters and recent bee stingings.

Nature responds with a stinging rebuke to gay pride: Mass stingings in San Diego coastal waters and recent bee stingings.

30 people stung by rays at La Jolla Shores
Susan Shroder, Union-Tribune Staff Writer
Originally published July 14, 2010 at 4:02 p.m.,
updated July 14, 2010 at 4:57 p.m.

Thirty people were stung by stingrays at La Jolla Shores and Blacks Beach Wednesday, officials said. One was taken to a hospital. Blacks Beach is a nudist beach in San Diego where homosexual activists engage in public sexual immorality. Today's dire event at the beaches coincides with yesterday's rash of bee stingings in the Lemon Grove area of San Diego where homosexual activists held a gay pride celebration at the local library. Yesterday, the San Diego City Council declared Gay Pride month in the city of San Diego and the opening of a gay pride history exhibit in the lobby of the San Diego city hall.


dolafbrown said...

I'll believe more of THIS story than the "Pat Robertson-esque" story you're peddling. Weeks of overcast, calm waters to a sudden intrusion of people just finally being able to enter the waters? No "coincidence" or "god connection" there.

Anonymous said...

Wow - if this is the kind of story you need to fabricate to help you to feel good about yourself, I feel very sorry for you. I don't appreciate being fed half truths twisted to fit your needs, and I'll bet that the majority of people with an IQ above 10 will see right through you as well. Enjoy your absurdity and keep fighting those powers of darkness while you can. In the words of Chicken Little "The sky is falling, the sky is falling". That's all this reminds me of. Good for a laugh at least.

Anonymous said...

God uses strange ways to communicate.
The Bible tells us that God has used burning bushes, talking donkey's, floods, fire and brimstone, and dreams in the past. Stinging queen bees, jelly fish, and images of the Virgin Mary on a piece of toast are God's latest communication tools. Those who ignore these clear signs from God will be punished.

Anonymous said...

One day, people in the future are going to look back in disbelief that you ever existed to begin with. It will not be a fond remembrance.

When you've hit that point where you're creating abstract associations of that caliber, it's clear that you're either a schizophrenic or Glenn Beck. Neither is a compliment.

I will be praying to whatever deity you believe in that he restore your faultily functioning brain matter.

George R. said...

The Bible and fundamentalist Christians are converting people to atheism at a record rate. In ancient times before the scientific method was established, people held the Bible and religious people in awe because it had the only explanation for the many unknowns that existed in the pre-scientific world. Today we have scientific reasons for most things that are happening in our world today and religious explanations are rejected as absurdities.

Our public schools now teach science, not religious superstition. Therefore most people today ignore religious interpretations of natural events. Religion has lost its power over people because the Bible has been replaced by science and rational thought. In Europe, religion is becoming extinct. In America religion is in a state of decline and accelerating. Stinging queen bees and jelly fish have scientific explanations and attempts to connect them to “God” only serves to increase contempt for religion.

Anonymous said...

James: What a pissy-ant, weenie of a God you follow. I mean sending bees and jellyfish to punish people because they are promoting some supposed agenda that will make heterosexual people want to become gay (or something like that). I mean James, this really is magical thinking. If God existed don't you think s(he) would figure out a better way to express displeasure or communicate with us than insects and invertebrates? He must really care about humanity an awful lot!

Anonymous said...

All of this talk about stinging queen bees and jelly fish is nonsense. The reality is that we live in a pluralistic society and everyone is free to choose which God he or she wishes to worship. There are hundreds of Gods to choose from but Google can help you find the God that is just right for you. The God that I worship happens to be gay and He is fabulous. However, if you have a hankering for bees and jellyfish then Jehovah might be your guy.

Stephenson Billings said...

I think this is an entirely appropriate response. Why the gays should be running around naked and having immoral sodomy in full view of children is beyond comprehension. Maybe we should get a group together to protest this nude beach.

Anonymous said...

"James Hartline" appears 28 times on the front page of this blog. "James" on its own 33 times. Sir, beware the gods - they may sting you for your shameless self-promotion. Worse yet... they may getcha for self-promotion at the cost of innocents like me. Shame on you.

Anonymous said...

There is hope. God is sending help that will start a new revival in California:

Anonymous said...

James, I personally believe that America would be better off without religion. According to a study conducted by the Barna Group, the Christian homophobes in America are indeed making that happen. Check their website for details of this study conducted in 2007 and Google for a recent update on this trend.

“A study conducted by the Barna Group, a reputable Evangelical research and polling firm, found that under-30s -- both Christian and non-Christian -- are strikingly more critical of Christianity than their peers were just a decade ago.

Ten years ago, "the vast majority" of non-Christians had generally favorable views of Christianity. Now, that number stands at just 16%. When asked specifically about Evangelicals, the number are even worse: only 3% of non-Christian Millennials have positive associations with Evangelicals. Among the Boomers, it's eight times higher.

The study found that 91% of non-Christians in America -- joined by 80% of the their peers in the pews -- now believe that Christianity is "anti-homosexual." (Gee. I can't imagine where they got that idea.) They believe that Christians show excessive contempt and unloving attitudes towards gays and lesbians. One of the most frequent criticisms of young Christians was that they believe the church has made homosexuality a "bigger sin" than anything else.

Roughly a quarter of both the Christians and non-Christians in the under-30 group also mentioned -- without being prompted -- that "Christianity has changed from what it used to be," and that it "no longer looks like Jesus."

The Study concluded that the American population as a whole is on a long-term trendline that's moving the country away from Christianity. "This is not a passing fad wherein young people will become 'more Christian' as they grow up," the Barna report states. "While Christianity remains the typical experience and most common faith in America, a fundamental recalibration is occurring within the spiritual allegiance of America's upcoming generations." This trendline points to a far more diverse -- and more secular -- nation in the decades ahead:” Recent events support this prediction, i.e., over 30,000 empty seats at the “The Call San Diego” when an overflow crowd had been expected, a decline in donations occurring in most churches, and a decline in new members at some large bible believing churches.

So please keep spewing out your hate James. You are helping to steer the younger generation away from Christianity.

Anonymous said...

When I was in auschwitz, I had just finished half of my swim exercise, when a guard asked me to help him move some wood. All of the sudden a tree fell and killed the guard. I was able to resume my morning swim of 100 laps. then a cloud appeared in the sky. It was the image of my patron saint.
The cloud image winked at me. Catholic miracles abound all around us.
I became a Catholic the day I left auschwitz and have seen hundreds of miracles but only when I pray to Catholic Saints. the rest of the religions are man made scams.

James Hartline said...

Somehow I missed the swimming pool located at the resort called Auschwitz during my years of studying the history of Nazism. Warped people rewrite history to accomodate their warped priorities.

Anonymous said...

The auschwitz swimming pool, located next to the barracks is still there today. It is not on the tour, so if you want to see it, locate it on google earth first or ask about it. A few other buildings not on the tour include the theatre, which became a convent until the Jews forced the nuns to leave. There is also a post office, library, cantina, sauna, broethel, prison, courtrooms, dental clinics and hospitals.
Having spent 32 months there,
I know for a fact the modern day accounts of people being gassed is pure wartime propoganda begun mainly by Russians and British to hide their real war crimes. The safest place to be in 1943 in europe was Auschwitz, until February 1945 when American planes bombed all the rail and supply lines and we began to starve do to a lack of food and water. Hitler, as he proved at Dunkirk was far from a madman. Only the victors painted him that way. 99% of those who lived in Germany loved him. and that included many Jews.

Anonymous said...

James Hartline is an expert in telling others he is an expert in everything. his understanding of the bible is juvenile. Is he married, engaged. Does this self identifed ex sodomite have a girlfriend? That says it all for me.