This Story Has Horsies! March 14, 2012

This Story Has Horsies!

"Grandstanding for imaginary beings is so much easier than doing something to help real people"

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"In this context, his cancel culture is more relevant than his secret pørn habit."

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"Until someone makes use of it for some non-approved blasphemous secular thing- then it's religious ..."

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"It was 74.1 million, they never measure up to their own claims."

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  • I hate to tell you this but Revelations  was never intended to have horses in it.  St. John was a moron, and misidentified most of the animals in his visions.

  • Anonymous

    So in Revelation’s prophecy of “the future,” kings run things, fight with swords, own slaves, ride horses into battle with their armies and get attacked by mythological creatures while supernatural characters on the sidelines call the shots. 

    You know, “the future” sounds like the plot of a bad fantasy story.

  • Edmond

    Ha!  The little eyes blink!  Cute.

  • Anonymous

    Hah, that’s a very good one. Took me a bit to register the blinking eyes. Very cool.