Sunday, April 05, 2009

A Haiku: Palliative Care

Palliative Care
Not meant to cure what ails you
Hope you feel better


Miri said...

snappy. could almost be an advertising jingle.

Bruce said...

There once was a man from Peru
Whose limericks stopped at line two.

Bruce said...

There was an old man
from Peru, Whose lim'ricks all
looked like haiku. He

said with a laugh, "I
cut them in half, The pay is
much better for two."

Shalmo said...

I can't believe you are still singing this tune:

"Onwards to a rational observant Judaism"

How the fuck do you do that?

Judaism is not rational.

Genesis, or for that matter the rest of the Jewish books, cannot be reconciled with science no matter how hard you try. Evolution is a fact. Archaeology, paleontology, and historical records from all gentile civilizations show the history of this planet extends many many millenniums beyond 6000 years .

Israeli archaeology has already exposed more than half of the Torah's history as little more than propaganda from Judea's kings.

And I have already explained to your deafening ears about the incorporated mythology such as Yahweh's battle with Rahab (Job 26) coming from cannanite myths, the Tower of Babel coming from Enkermar of babylonian myths, Samson coming from Greeks, and the other jewish stories which have their origins with the cannanites, sumerians, egyptians, babylonians, greeks, hittites, zorastrians, and even muslims (per the various midrash I showed you)

So what is left? Why still stick with Judaism?

Is it the culture and community you do not wish to leave, which XGH says is his reason for staying a frum pretender?

Shalmo said...

And on the topic of haikus, as a Canadian its my duty to propagate the following site:

Orthoprax said...


As I've said before, I find it most ironic when a fanatical Muslim like yourself spouts on and on about the supposedly derivative nature of Judaism - as if Islam isn't wholly derived from the likes of Judaism and Christianity. I suspect it is your strange perception of inferiority which drives you to rail against it, even in the face of a post which makes it a total non sequitur.