Mel's Musings: February 2006

Mel's Musings


"With anti-Christian sentiment on the rise in North America and abroad, the launch of this new bog [sic] couldn’t have been timelier...If you’re a discouraged Christian worried about the future, a visit to is like an elixir and sends you on your way with newfound hope."
Judi McLeod, Owner, Canada Free Press

"[The site] is filled with anti-Semitic comments and other outrageous statements, much of them in Latin."
Left-wing rag

"[I]t made me snarf my cran juice all over the screen."
Antonia Zerbisias, Media Critic, The Toronto Star

"Catch it while you can..." Newsweek

the mel box: malibu church of the holy family at yahoo dot com


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Friday, February 10, 2006

Viva Californium, et viva Scandinavium

Just when I think that the situation in my state is hopeless, that judeo-secularist and homosexual radicals have imposed their tyranny upon it, it does something to make me proud. It shows its support for Denmark:


CARLSBAD - 02/07/06 - LEGOLAND California chalked-up positive revenue results for 2005 with its parent company unveiling plans for a major expansion at the Southern California theme park and a fifth theme park - probably somewhere in North America - within the next five years.

More than just an expansion of a theme park, this represents a clear, unambiguous, message to all these crazed bearded fundamentalists who want to tell the Danes and the good people of the world what to do. That message is: Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione; noli me vocate. Ego te vocabo.

By the way, I've seen a lot of people out there putting Danish flags on their website to show their solidarity with the country. That is a good first step, but if you want to truly show your support, you need to have Danish text on your flag, not English. Because if Islamics get pissed off by Danish flags, just imagine how much more pissed they'll be if there is Danish text, too.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Opus hodiernus: fructus per tactus

Tag - you're it!

Isn't the internets a fun place? I can share my views on politics, religion and the like, but I have also made some friends (but mostly enemies). I was recently "tagged" by Johnny Sutra. He asked me to fill out this little questionaire, so here we go!

Seven things I say:

1. Outrageous!
2. Oh fuck, a lot of those guys pulled a boner.
3. Pater noster.
4. Feminists don't like me, and I don't like them.
5. They [the gays] take it up the ass.
6. Do I sound like a homosexual? Do I talk like them? Do I move like them?
7. ...[M]en and women are just different. They are not equal. The same way that you and I are not equal.

Seven books I like

1. Latin Bible
2. Summae Theoligiae (Latin version), Thomas Aquinas
3. Quaestiones disputatae (Latin version), Aquinas
4. Any books by Pope Lucius III
5. Any books by Pope Innocent IV
6. The International Jew - The World's Foremost Problem, by Henry Ford
7. Inside the Passion, an Insider's Look at the Passion of the Christ

Seven movies I like:

1. The Passion of the Christ
2. Quo Vadis?
3. The 10 Commandments
4. Lethal Weapon I
5. Lethal Weapon II
6. Ben Hur
7. Lethal Weapon III

Seven things I cannot do:

1. accept judeo-secularism
2. sue myself again
3. follow the progressive Vatican II "Church"
4. make a bad movie
5. keep a mock Mayan village and pyramids for myself when the Mexicans are so poor and have so little
6. live without Latin
7. auto-fellatio

Seven things I have to do before I die:

1. learn more Latin dialects
2. physically re-enact Christ's last day
3. destroy judeo-secularism
4. make a movie about Christ's conception
5. run for governor and then president
6. re-write the U.S. constitution based on the teachings of the True Church
7. Get the high score on Grand Theft Auto

Seven things I like about cities:

1. there are more members of the True Church
2. more sinners to convert
3. judeo-secularism is in full view, it is easier to battle
4. the gays and the judeo-secularists are concentrated in a small area, making it easier for God to smite them
5. lots of consumers for my movies
6. Latin is understood by more people
7. Pizza (ancient Roman style)

I welcome your comments, both from amici and hostili alike. If any of you wish to answer the same questions please feel free to do so in the comments section.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Californium locuta est, Causa finita est

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is entering his reelection campaign $410,000 in debt, while his Democratic rivals and union foes are armed with more than $50 million.

He also continued supplementing his aides' government salaries by paying them additional sums in campaign money, according to campaign reports filed with the state Tuesday.

Schwarzenegger spent $8.2 million of his own money, and tens of millions more of his contributors' money, on his ill-fated special election effort to change state government. Altogether, his campaign cost more than $45 million, depleting his accounts.

Although his opponents spent almost $100 million to defeat the initiatives Schwarzenegger championed in the November vote, many of them emerged with hefty bank accounts.