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We’ve got some of those

We’ve got some of those

in Ithaca, too.

Thanks to reader Bob, who writes:

This was taken in Ann Arbor Michigan on the way to a football game. I had my grand daughter take it since I was driving (safety first). Love your blog, it’s a daily read.

 

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I can’t read. Can somebody help?

I got TREEHUGGING DIRT and that’s it.

DINORightMarie | February 5, 2012 at 7:57 am

I read, “Treehugging Dirt Worshipper” but can’t read what is beneath that.

Can anyone make that one out?

I can’t imagine calling myself “Treehugging Dirt Worshipper.” That sounds like the sort of thing you’d yell at somebody after spitting on him or cursing him.

If its true why aren’t riding a bike? Probably because you can’t put bumperstickers on a bike.

If the driver is such a Treehugging Dirt Worshiper..
A) why is s/he driving a car; and,
B) if a car MUST be driven, why isn’t it a Pious?

Good grief!

Well since houses are made from wood and or brick (made from clay) I’d like to know in what he resides.

so we come from dust and return to dust … apparently this person believes that’s all there is, my friend. Heaven IS earth.

Dirt worshiping is hopeless, denying higher order. “I think therefore I am … NOT”. It worships the least animate, instead glorious life and intelligence, while clearly rejecting any possible divine design.

Western civilization is a higher order society. Cold blooded tyrants treat human life as mere dust. Protecting God given inalienable rights from such tyranny is essential if “the 99%” are to partake in freedoms and happier pursuits.

Dylan sang that “everybody must get stoned”. Leftist thinking indeed seems to devalue its faithful backwards toward the medieval. Instead of the inspirational hope of a more glorious future, there is only inevitable dirt. Good grief.

It’s both amusing and irritating that lefties are certain they care more about the environment than non-lefties.

I care about the environment, too. But I also care about people, and I can do both at the same time … while chewing gum.

LukeHandCool (who thinks rubbing his belly in a clockwise motion at the same time would be pushing it).

From the People’s Republic of Ann Arbor–NOT surprising. (Yep, I used to live there.)

SoCA Conservative Mom | February 5, 2012 at 7:37 pm

Why do so many tree hugging dirt worshippers drive gas guzzlers?

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