When a guy steps forward, and takes a huge personal and social risk in order to live according to his conscience, he deserves recognition and credit. Joseph Sciambra probably gets death threats since deciding that human life, health, dignity and the Spirit of God is infinitely more important than preference of sex, how much of it, and where to put it.
Your friendly Pharmer has concurred with this conclusion for a very long time, and wants people to live a full life here and beyond. Therefore, Mr. Sciambra gets a boost, prayers and best wishes. Check out what he has to say HERE.
Algore predicted the world’s end by fire (global warming) On Jan 27, 2006. He said we had 10 years left, which gave Rush Limbaugh a big laugh. He’s had a countdown on his website, linked to the front page for 10 years. Today he’s got a special graphic moved to the top of the page.
There’s a party where Pharmer works tonight to celebrate WARMAGEDDON. Be sure to take some time to laugh at Algore, and pray that the world survives leftist economic and social policies.
On the left coast, it’s a mystery……. how are more people getting STDs? Apparently the City of Angels is now crawling. Reporter Soumya Karlamangla, of the Los Angeles Times is thinking that the dating apps, so effective for arranging quickies, might have something to do with it.
It’s easy. More people will do it with anyone, anywhere, particularly in whacky Los Angeles. STD testing kits are touted as a means to prevent the spread, but it’s one thing to get your home test for “buggs”, and another thing to obtain effective treatment. Either venture, the purchase of the test, and seeking the treatment, has both cost and stigma attached, and it has long been noted that those testing positive may not return for the cure. Additionally many of the STDs are never cured, and often last much longer than marriages.
Consider the possibility that mutual STD tests might become a part of foreplay for a new couple, who want to make sure that they have matching infections. The medically literate sometimes like to use the euphemism “STI” instead, since sexually transmitted INFECTION somehow seems gentler to them than sexually transmitted DISEASE.
Pondering the accelerating spread of STDs, it’s sort of understandable that so many of the Japanese simply don’t want to bother with sex anymore. That society is literally starting to check out of life.