The Lazareth Wazuma V8F puts out 250 horsepower in a vehicle that weighs less than a Smart Car, so the performance should be pretty nippy. Of course at around $260,000, you would already have to to be just a little nuts to buy a Lazareth and possibly have enough dough to pay for whatever broken bones you may get.
“For a fact, the Christians stole Christmas. We don’t mind sharing it with them, but we don’t like this pretense of theirs that it is the birthday of Jesus. It is the Birthday of the Unconquered Sun—Dies Natalis Invicti Solis. Christmas is a relic of sun worship.
The customs of this time of year endure because they are pleasant customs. It’s fun to hear from distant family and friends, to gather, to feast, to sing. Gifts, as Robert Ingersoll once said, are evidences of friendship, of remembrance, of love.
The evergreens displayed now as in centuries past flourish when all else seems dead, and are symbols, as is the returning sun, of enduring life.
In celebrating the Winter Solstice, we celebrate reality.”” — Anne Nicol Gaylor, president emerita, Freedom From Religion Foundation. Speech written for the 8th annual Winter Solstice Party, New Jersey chapter of FFRF, Dec. 22, 1985 (via nonplussedbyreligion)
December 16, 2011
The influential writer and cultural critic Christopher Hitchens died on Thursday at the age of 62 from complications of cancer of the esophagus. Hitchens confronted his disease in part by writing, bringing the same unsparing insight to his mortality that he had directed…
(wipes tear from eye)
Only a sick bastard wouldn’t reblog this.
I’m not breast feeding any more strangers in public until coffee stops having abortions.