Satire

C.J.S. HaywardLibrary → Satire

Satire. If you’re looking for a place to start, I suggest Religion Within the Bounds of Amusement. You might also like Orthodox Humor.

Eight-Year-Old Boy Diagnosed With Machiavellian Syndrome By Proxy (MSBP)

Funny how those who speak of “crank magnetism” have a magnetism to a standard model they are magnetically stuck to. (And no, I’m not interested in Individual Sovereignty, Wh*te N*t**n*l*sm, or a moon landing hoax when the U.S.S.R. had every vested interest and competency to debunk any U.S. / NASA forgery.)

Hayward’s Unabridged Dictionary: A Free Online (Satire) Dictionary(long)

Ambrose Bierce wrote a classic of wit and satire, called The Devil’s Dictionary. This book follows in that tradition, and comments on any number of things in American life.

Inclusive Language Greek Manuscript Discovered (short)
There is a considerable buzz among New Testament scholars among the discovery of a nearly complete manuscript to the book of the Bible called Romans.

Religion Within the Bounds of Amusement (short)

Inspired by a visit to a “seeker service.” To those unacquainted with Christian lingo, this means a church service which tries to reach out to people seeking God—but “reach out to people seeking God” really means, “put on a circus.”

A Strange Archaeological Find (medium)
Read a 26th century historian as he extols the poetic beauty of a light bulb, praises Darwinism as a truly great myth… and analyzes a rather strange archaeological find.

Unvera Announces New Kool-Aid Line (short)
A leading nutriceutical supplement MLM announces a line of Kool-Aid for its distributors, containing some of the most powerful plant toxins available to humankind.