Saturday, November 22, 2014

Becoming Belle Knox (Part 5): Knowing when to Quit Porn (WARNING: GRAPHIC)


"While they promise them liberty, they themselves are slaves of corruption; for by whom a person is overcome, by him also he is brought into bondage.
2 Peter 2:19

[Author's Note: Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here, Part 4 here]

The final installment of the documentary series, this entry deals with some of the dangers Miriam deals with working in the industry.  She doesn't show any of the false bravado and "no regrets" attitude we've seen in previous episode.  Before watching, this website warns readers that this video is, BY FAR, the most graphic in the series (and the others weren't exactly subtle):



Highlights:
  • "A lot of shit in my life has been ruined because of sex."
  • "A lot of my family doesn't fucking talk to me anymore."
  • "I lost my best freinds because I joined the sex industry and decided to become a Porn Star."
  • "Being in the sex industry has a way of making you very cynical and very bitter....and I feel like I've become a bit cynical and a bit bitter."
  • "I'm always on the lookout for scammers and people trying to pimp me out or traffic me."
    • Author's Note: Think about that.
  •  "If you work too much or have sex with guys with big dicks all the time, you get tears in your vagina."
    • Author's Note: Again, just think about that.
  • It's not 20 minutes, one and done; you're having sex for HOURS on end.
  • One time, had to "work with" a 50 year old dude and "I felt like crying the whole time."
  • "I miss my Mom and Dad so much right now."

Friday, November 21, 2014

Colt McCoy's on-field return is imminent


"And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men,"
Colossians 3:23

FANTASTIC:
On Wednesday, Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden tried to put out the public fires about Robert Griffin III’s Sunday press conference and his own comments in his Monday presser.

Late on Wednesday afternoon, Gruden sat down with NFL.com’s Albert Breer and he had some more pointed things to say.

"He's auditioned long enough," said Gruden of Griffin. "Clock's ticking. He's gotta play. We'll see. ... We want Robert to excel, we really do.

“But the last two games, it hasn't been very good, anywhere. We gotta play better around him. And the biggest thing for us as play-callers, and for him, we just have to come together and jell with plays he's comfortable with. That takes time. But we don't have a lot of time."

Although Gruden said again today that there are no plans to make a change under center, he told Breer that McCoy’s two game fill-in should serve to put pressure on the third-year signal caller.

"We have a guy behind him that played pretty well, and people are looking, 'OK, he's 2-0,' " Gruden said, of Colt McCoy. "There's always pressure on the quarterback to perform. And if you don't perform, like any other position, somebody's behind you pushing you.”

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Action Alert: Protect Religous Heritage in Texas!!!


"as free, yet not using liberty as a cloak for vice, but as bondservants of God."
1 Peter 2:16

From Texas Values:
This week, opponents of religious freedom and our nation’s religious heritage are pressuring textbook publishers and elected State Board of Education (SBOE) members to eliminate references to Moses and Judeo-Christian principles from new textbooks being proposed for approval. The SBOE has the authority to review and approve new social studies textbooks on a periodic basis and they are currently scheduled to make a decision by TOMORROW - Friday, Nov. 21. Americans United for Separation of Church and State and Texas Freedom Network are two of the groups demanding that publishers rewrite history books on this topic. Click here to contact the board right now.

Jonathan Saenz, president of Texas Values Action, released the following statement:

“The continued efforts by anti-religious freedom groups attacking references to Moses, Judeo-Christian values and their impact on American law, government, and founding in our Texas textbooks are outrageous. From the halls of the U.S. Capitol to the U.S. Supreme Court and even here on the Texas Capitol grounds the images, references and monuments highlighting Moses and the Ten Commandments make clear the influence they have on our law, government and founding. You don’t need a Ph.D. to know that Moses, the Ten Commandments and Judeo-Christian principles have had a significant impact on America since its founding. The efforts by these “Moses Deniers” to rewrite history should be firmly rejected and Texas residents should contact their State Board of Education member immediately to ask them to support our American religious heritage and reject these shameful attacks by fringe groups who seek to rewrite our nation’s founding.”

Earlier this week, Texas Values Action presented testimony to the State Board of Education discrediting the efforts by some who want to eliminate references to Moses and Judeo-Christian principles and texts that relate to the Ten Commandments from proposed Texas textbooks. Read more.

Take Action: Please contact the State Board of Education and immediately ask them to support our nation’s religious heritage and reject these shameful attacks by fringe groups who seek to rewrite our nation’s founding.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Bowl Game: Aggies hiding from the Longhorns?!?


"For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind."
2 Timothy 1:7

Well, THAT's interesting:

Report: SEC/Texas A&M want to avoid Horns-Aggies Texas Bowl

Since discussion about a possible face off between the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies in the Texas Bowl on December 29 at NRG Stadium in Houston first surfaced when the Horns became bowl eligible on Saturday evening, it was only a matter of time until reports started emerging about one school or the other not wanting to play the game.

And so while some believe that neither administration wants the game, the first report emerged on Tuesday morning suggesting that the Aggies and/or the SEC don't want the game to happen.

Chip Brown of Horns Digest is reporting the following:
Two sources close to the situation told HornsDigest.com SEC officials have indicated to bowls with SEC and Big 12 tie-ins that the SEC won't support a Texas vs Texas A&M postseason matchup. In short, A&M has too much to lose from a potential loss.
The report is furthering the growing narrative that Texas A&M is the school with more to lose, especially on the recruiting trail, and enabled by the fact that the SEC and bowl executives will be working from a pool of six teams to determine bowl placement -- the conference does have the power to ensure that the Longhorns and Aggies don't face off in the Texas Bowl if that's what the SEC decides.
 Read the whole thing here.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Livestream: Scott Turner Speaks in Denton County


"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice; But when a wicked man rules, the people groan."
Proverbs 29:2

[Author's Note: The event will begin around 7:15 pm.]

Highland Village -- Scott Turner speaks to a packed house tonight in North Texas:

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

Dallas County Republican Party endorses Scott Turner


"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice;
But when a wicked man rules, the people groan."
Proverbs 29:2

Big step backwards for Jason Villalba as his own county party votes to endorse Scott Turner:



Bottom Line: Ouch!!!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Jason Villalba attacks private citizens as "GOONS"


"For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into apostles of Christ."
2 Corinthians 11:13

Because, heaven forbid, citizen activists say something a government official doesn't like:



Highlights:
  • Krause: The 80% number team Straus is putting out is bogus.
    • A lot of Scott's support is "like an iceberg." (ie. below the surface)
  • Lulz: Villalba calls Straus "Reagenesque."
  •  Villalba ignores election results in 2014 and 2012 when calling private citizens goons.
  • Straus obstructed the current border security operations for close to a year (until doing so became untenable in public opinion).
  • Straus failed to deliver on pro-Life legislation during the 83rd general session.