Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The drunken elf

In a comment on another blog entry, Esbat says this about the drunken elf in my Christmas pic:

"I was wondering, seeing as how there is that picture of the drunken elf... do you have your own "Bat-Mite"/"Mr. Myxtlpk"?"

Hmm. No, that wasn't the intent, buuuut.... IS kinda funny to visualize being antagonized by my very own sprite or elf! If he hangs out in my bra, then I know how I can get back at him should he annoy me too much: Slam my boobs together and flatten the little dude! But what a way to go! LOL

Tell ya what: Me and the writer will discuss this and see if we want to do that. I'll keep you posted.

Friday, December 26, 2008

facebook question

I have a facebook question for anyone who might know. I've gotten e-mail that I now have friends, but I'm not on facebook yet. How can that be?

If I have a facebook entry, please note that IT IS NOT MINE! I haven't signed on to facebook yet!

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas!

No post today - just wishes that you and yours will have a wonderful and blessed Christmas. Enjoy!

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Superheroes and Religion

Ahh, I love Christmas. Everything about it. I'm the type that won't say "Season's Greetings" or "Happy Holidays". I will say "Merry Christmas". Just as quickly, I will also say "Happy Hanukkah" to someone who is Jewish or "Holy Ramadan" to someone who is Muslim. I don't get all PC over holidays. Christmas is what Christians celebrate in late December - I mean, c'mon! Who doesn't know that?

Now is probably a good time to bring up the topic of superheroes and religion. Do we have religion? Most of us do. I'll discuss more about superhumans and religion later, but today to help that later discussion, I'm going to talk about my own religious and spiritual views. To start, I am a non-denominational Christian who believes in God and that we were put on this earth to serve humanity in what way we can with our God-given talents - whatever they may be. My talents happen to be a little more obvious, but still I feel that I was meant to use my superhuman abilities to the benefit of the common good and to defend humanity against those who wish it harm.

I would have to believe this way - otherwise, why would I put my life and limb on the line time after time if I didn't believe that I was meant to do so with my super abilities? Despite the fact that I can take a lot of punishment because of my superior healing abilities, even it gets taxed frequently from the many supers that I come up against. I've encountered beings who can literally shatter mountains or who can violate mind and body in ways unthinkable and unspeakable. I've been burned and slashed and even shot at in the process of taking down a super villain. And yet, I have to bring them down. Failure to stop them could cost untold damage to life and property if I don't. I am fully aware that often I am the only thing standing in their way of their plans of chaos and destruction.

So with all that abuse, what keeps me in the thick of things? That little girl with the puppy. That elderly couple holding hands as they walk in the park for the umpteenth time. The young man sweating out how he's going to propose to his girlfriend. All those people have the right to go on with their lives without the ambitions of super villains to come along and destroy their way of life. I believe that it can't be coincidence that I happen to be here in this time of human history, when I have the means of stopping such people.

And while it is not necessary, I am grateful for all expressions of gratitude that come my way. They remind me of why I fight the good fight. I can't imagine what kind of person I'd be had I felt that it wasn't worth the abuse I go through to stop super villains. Most likely, I would have eventually become a super villain myself. I guess I'm saying that I fight for what's right so that I won't drift into what's wrong. After all, we often drift into selfish, evil ways - it's not like it's always a snap decision. So I'm basically saying that the battle against evil is as just as much with myself as it is with super villains. And just like when I fight supervillains, I must always win the battles with myself.

Monday, December 22, 2008

I'm so sorry!

Gang, I'm so sorry about so much time lapsing without posting! With these holidays coming up, I've just been so crazy busy! However, I promise you that I WILL post something before Christmas comes up on Thursday, and then I will have a rare weekend special to get caught up on stuff that I haven't posted on. What a crazy month it's been!

But just so you know, I haven't disappeared off of the face of the earth! I'm alive and well!

Friday, December 12, 2008

Sorry! Didn't plan to take a weeklong vacation!

Hey, folks

Sorry I haven't posted all week, but things came up and I couldn't get around to posting on my blog! Tell ya what - let's hit the ground running on Monday, okay? Enjoy your weekend!

Friday, December 5, 2008

Huh? Pooping reindeer candy dispenser?

I came across this, and it made me say "WTF"?

And yes, it's an actual product. Questionable taste, if you ask me. Actually, that's just sick. Yeesh.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Q & A: Do you help the cause of womanhood dressing the way you do?

Q&A time, folks - and I'm going to answer a question that has been asked more than once: Do I help the cause of womanhood dressing the way I do?

Look, I admit that what I wear is revealing, but it's no more revealing than what your average cheerleader wears. Granted, most cheerleaders don't sport a pair of DD's like I do, but still, there is a functional purpose to my attire than just showing off my bod. The main purpose of my costume is for distraction; that is, distraction of the men that I usually fight. Most times I am at a disadvantage with the men I fight, as the average superstrength man is stronger than the average superstrength woman, so I need to utilize whatever I can to distract them off of their own plan of stopping me from stopping them. And for the most part, I do stop them.

I would say that yeah, I do help the cause of womanhood, because it is a woman who is making these strategies of how to defeat opponents that are much stronger than her (and one of those strategies is the costume I wear), and it is a woman who for the greater part of the time is able to carry out these strategies. This demonstrates a thinking woman who is utilizing what's at hand to accomplish a certain goal; namely, I'm taking advantage of the fact that men will be men around a busty woman wearing a revealing costume. And my friends, it works nearly all the time. So rather than criticizing my attire, perhaps it would be better to see things the way I do. What I do works - the results can't be argued with. And such results, I think, shows a woman in a good light. Feel free, of course, to disagree, but at least I had my say.

(Note: I had actually completed this Wednesday and thought that I had posted it, but saw only today (Friday) that I had not, and I apologize. I'm still working on Friday's post, and should post it real soon.)

Monday, December 1, 2008

No post today - I'm still tired!

Hey, gang.

I'm still beat from activities these past four days. Thus, I'm just going to post on Wednesday.

See you then!