Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Saturday, December 17, 2005
More of my hurricane-related designs can be found here:
Thursday, December 15, 2005
With Bush's popularity plummeting, I'm seeing some of these:
Maybe some of you want to be on the cutting edge, the first on your block, with these:
(Thanks to Andrew for inspiration on the Bush-Cheney sticker. I'm sure I took the idea further than he would have intended!)
Saturday, December 10, 2005
Thursday, December 08, 2005
Tuesday, December 06, 2005
"You smell that? Do you smell that?... Theocracy, son. Nothing else in the world smells like that. I love the smell of Theocracy in the morning." 1
Are you ready for Just-Us Sunday III? Dr. James Dobson and Tony Perkins think you are! Using Leviticus to back them up, their poster (PDF) says their goal is to "Proclaim Liberty Throughout The Land."
Liberty for everyone, as long as you are white (or on a select list of token brown guys) and male (but not one of them homo-sex-yoo-als), LIBERTY CAN BE YOURS! The bible says so. Right there in the Old Testament.
Quoting the Old Testament, and especially Leviticus, is quite the favorite of the Theocracy crowd, probably because Jesus inconveniently "forgot" to tell people to hate homosexuals, and all that love and tolerance that shows up in the New Testament just isn't much help when you're trying to control a country.
I say, if we're going to rely on Leviticus for some of our laws, why not rely on Leviticus for all of our laws? Let's make Theocracy mean something!
I say, let's do away with the wall between church and state. Let's replace the constitution with the bible. That concept worked so well in Afghanistan.
P.S. Doing graphics, I work with fonts and can usually identify a lot of them. I've noticed in their logos that politicians often use fonts with names that "sound" patriotic, and I guess, in some cases, they must pick a font because of its name, rather than what it looks like. In that context, I wonder if we should be worried that the Theocracy crowd chose a font that bears a striking resemblance to "Futura Extra Black?"
Monday, December 05, 2005
One way to help New Orleans bounce back is to support its local economy. Perhaps you can plan to visit New Orleans. But, even if you can't, you can shop at many New Orleans businesses using the internet and the telephone.
For some suggested businesses to get you started with your holiday shopping, you can click the button below or visit this link.
If you have some suggestions for businesses to add to the list, here's the contact email.