Category Archives: philosophy

Dead Dreams

Most people think that it is impossible to dream about your death. Common myth upholds to dream of your death would cause your own death, however most dreams of death symbolize a renewal of life or a change in the path of your destiny according to dream experts. Freudians regard all dreams interpret the two […]

John Water’s 25 Days of Xmas

Day 1… Get naked and smoke. Day 2… Ask a neighbor if they find it funny that every man in the neighborhood has a penis. Day 3… Flash someone. Day 4… Get your hair done. Day 5….Go to a porn theater (or rent a porno movie) Day 6… Whenever you hear someone say “shit” tell […]

Chicken or the Egg

The question ‘which came first the chicken or the egg’ has befuddled mankind for centuries. Philosophers such as Aristotle and Plato have pondered this mystery of circular cause and consequence without satisfaction. Darwin had argued that the chicken came first and lately Stephen Hawking has backed the egg. DNA testing on ancient fossils have failed […]

Angels On The Head Of A Needle

Gallnippers or mega mosquitoes have invaded Seminole County in Florida. According to entomologists at U Fla are about twenty times larger than the local mosquitoes and have a hall of a bite. Judging from the photo I can faithfully answer an ancient query which pesters medieval scholars. Thomas Aquinas wrote in Summa Theologica, “Can several […]

Do Be Do Be Do

“To be is to do”-Socrates “To do is to be”-Sartre “Do Be Do Be Do”-Sinatra “Yaba Daba Doo!”-Fred Flintstone