Opening scene: Francine is cooking in the kitchen while Steve and Hayley are sitting at the kitchen table.
Hayley: Shut up Steve! I have a term paper that’s due.
Steve: Oh right Community College, big girl, big girl. Hey you think that diploma will help you land a better section when you’re waiting tables at the Olive Garden?
Hayley: You think you’ll hit puberty before you turn 14?
Steve: Why, you want to do it with me? You’re sick.
A blatant introduction of incest in which the comment isn’t ostracized by the mother, but is rather overlooked as inconsequential.
Francine: Steve, you’ve only got one sister, be nice. And Hayley, Steve’s big boy hair isn’t going to come in any faster with you taunting him.
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When talking about Homosexuality, you'll undoubtedly get a very strong response from nearly anyone. And although their opinions will differ, one giant overtone remains true; you better not say anything that offends homosexuals or you will be socially ruined. This type of attempted language control via fear only comes from one person, the same one that uses fear as the mechanism of nearly all of his avenues of control, Lucifer.
Recently, I heard the story about a guy who used to be a homosexual, but has since come to terms with it and has even found Christ. I was so compelled by his story, I had to try and meet the guy and do a sit-down interview. At first he kind of wanted to, but then he didn't. He said he'd feel embarrassed by having his …Read more >
So as I stay active on the Twitter-front for news that is obviously fabricated for the disadvantage of humankind, I constantly come across people who are massivly misinformed about what a real conspiracy theorist believes. There's so much out there as far as inaccuracies and intentional disinformation, that it's hard for someone to even really gather what it is that a real conspiracy theorist believes.
So let me hold you back no further. Here's the interview.
Q: So thanks for sitting down and addressing questions. What would you first say to people who think you're a nutjob?
A: You're going to get that. It doesn't really bother me because of the fact I believe in what it is that I know. If you're confident in anything, it's going to show.
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It was 2006, and I was in what some might say was a kind of drug-induced culture coma; full of the party lifestyle on a major college campus and just trying to outdrink the bro next to me. But one of my friends showed my a video clip that changed everything. I was introduced to Alex Jones through my roommate's suggestion to check out this thing called Loose Change. It was full of information that suggests that 9/11 was an inside job and I mean it goes into stunning detail. Not being any kind of conspiracy entertainer at that time I thought it was very interesting and even started showing it to some of my friends. After about a year of seeing people's interest into the movie, I was burning DVD's for random strangers that lived in my apartm…