It was a rough and physical game between two longtime rivals and Andrew Shaw of the Blackhawks was whistled for a penalty.
The camera followed him to the penalty box where he quickly took his seat and began screaming profanities at the referee.
You didn’t have to be a master lip reader to understand what he was shouting.
My first thought was that Shaw was in trouble for cursing out the ref and anticipated him getting a few more minutes in the sin bin.
That didn’t happen…but he was suspended by the league for one game and fined.
Had he chosen his profanity more carefully, he’d be playing tonight.
Evidently, you can call the ref anything, (complete with colorful adjectives) as long as it’s not “homophobic”.
It was a visual comment on Target allowing people to pick their own gender when picking a bathroom.
Now, I really don’t give a hoot in hell what people do in the privacy of their own bedrooms.
That’s their business.
However neither corporate America, nor the politically correct thought police, will stop me from interceding with a man who follows my mother or girlfriend into a bathroom.
That intercession may or may not be accompanied by some sort of illegal slur.
That’s not a threat, it’s a promise.
His dress may fit him much better when I’m done.
I thank the good Lord I don’t have a daughter…
This has nothing to do with my faith, it has everything to do with moral and cultural sanity.
It has nothing to do with Leviticus or Romans, but everything to do with common sense and decency.
Like most of America, I’m tired of having those lines crossed, then obliterated, by those who want “tolerance”, but won’t “tolerate” simple decency.
I’m drawing a new line here…and I have lots of company.
History may record that the revolution started inside a womens room at Target…
Why, when a cultural icon dies, do Christians have to pontificate on the deceased?
Why can’t we just mourn with those who mourn?
Why do we have to be such jerks?
God carelessly forgot to tell me the state of Princes soul yesterday so I can’t comment on that.
I can say his work will be remembered long after the hack theologians who were blasting him are forgotten.
For a fee he will describe the terrors of an Iranian prison, especially the torture of constantly being interrupted when you’re trying to catch up with “Breaking Bad” on Netflix.
From his bio…
“Today, Pastor Saeed continues to share the gospel and tell the story of the persecuted church. The Abedini family has been greatly impacted by Saeed’s imprisonment and continue to resolve the emotional trauma felt by many held in captivity.”
This guys a piece of work…