Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Two New Sheriffs in Town.

We here at Oregon Trail would like to issue a welcome to our two new sheriffs in town, Blogging Ethics, and God Save Virginia.
It seems both are here to make this place a better place to blog for all of us, and I can't argue with that, my only question is can they make a difference.

for what sparked the ethics discussions, visit The Virginian Federalist Keep Going...

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

I love nuns, puppies and cute bunnies, and am against killing them!

I would just for the record like to state that I DEEPLY feel that nuns, puppies and cute bunnies are vital to society, and in all cases, i just adore them...

I feel it is a sick practice to kill either a nun, puppy or cute bunny, and abhor the thought of it, AND furthermore HATE those that find this to be "good practice" I find them morally and ethically "screwy" Keep Going...

Does STD hate nuns and puppies?

This is a comment made by STD over at The Daily Whackjob

"So is it rocket science to say if you are not blogging against someone, you are supporting them, especially on one of your pet issues?"

Here is a response

"Clearly, this isn’t rocket science to say if you are not blogging against killing nuns and puppies, you are supporting them.
Why do you hate nuns and puppies?! Your silence on the issue clearly infers that you do."

someone has brought into question whether STD has ever posted about loving nuns and puppies, or even cute bunnies, I did some investigative research, and the conclusion was...dun dun dun, no...he has not. The next bit was to see if he ever posted AGAINST killing Nuns, puppies and cute bunnies, NO he has NEVER spoke out against the practice of killing nuns, puppies and cute bunnies!


Can we trust a blogger that hates nuns, puppies, and bunnies?

Instead he likes Mosquitos and rats...STD carries water for Mosquitos! AND Rats!

this in no way is meant to reflect badly on scott sayre

If you find this are not alone. Keep Going...

Monday, May 14, 2007

Whackjob the skils and power...

It seems a blog by the name of The Daily Whackjob is creating ripples in the blogosphere...Is it ethical to be a popular blog? some seem to think not...I can't for the life of me figure out why people are getting angry at the Whackjob. Keep Going...

Monday, April 23, 2007

I'm Not Emeril: Open Gun Law Thread

I'm Not Emeril, came up with a really good idea. He says...

Use the comment section to describe a new, tougher gun law that would have prevented any of the school shootings in our country's history. Or. for that matter, any shooting involving victims in a "gun free zone", whether it be a school, airport, government building, courthouse, store or restaurant.

Use your liberal imagination. Unleash your progressive thoughts. We are all anxious to hear your ideas.

I really want to hear an answer to his questions, so i strongly recommend you check it out and comment. I think this is a very fair and needed question to ask.

I'm Not Emeril

Keep Going...

Friday, April 20, 2007

The Madness Continues

I am from Henrico county Va Yesterday a student from my neighboring county of Hanover, wore a T-shirt saying "Cho seung-hui, is a national hero" He was sent home, and is facing possible expulsion. What posseses a child to do something like that? His claim is it is his "freedom of speech", well sadly for him the schools have won numerous lawsuits, when it comes to there enforcing of a extremly lenient dress code. In addition, yesterday I was playing Halo for compuer online, and a guy got on and his user name was Cho Seung-hui, he started making comments of how it was him who murdered those at tech, sadly for him that pissed me and a friend off and we got in banshees and pretty much owned...but what possess people to do stuff like that, the guy on the computer was a wuss, I really don't think he would have EVER done that if it was in person if front of real humans, but the kid with the shirt...what statement are you trying to make, I keep hearing about bomb threats, kids with guns in schools, and even a group of people that said what Cho Seung-hui did was great, and were going to do something similar, they had the equipment, but htey got caught...we live in a depraved world, and no i won't buy that i am being pessimistic by looking only at the "bad" and not seeing the "good"

"All have turned away, they have together become worthless; there is no one who does good, not even one. Their throats are open graves; their tongues practice deceit.
The poison of vipers is on their lips. Their mouths are full of cursing and bitterness. Their feet are swift to shed blood; ruin and misery mark their ways, and the way of peace they do not know. There is no fear of God before their eyes."

this is what I see in the world...for those of you who don't know that was a Bible verse taken from romans chapter 3:12-18. After hearing about these events and after thinking about it for a bit, these verses are what came to mind... Keep Going...

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Everything you didn't want to know...about me.


I'm Frank. *Hi, Frank*


I enjoy dances, books,; other sports...drawing. Philosophy.

Most people would say I'm conservative, politically; most. And, religiously, I'm Reformed Calvinist; by the grace of God, lol.

Most expertise lies mostly in the area of soggy napkins...which is a good analogy for relationships. Somehow. I'll post that analogy later. If I think of a good one. Keep Going...

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Virginia Tech and prayers

First, I would like to offer my deepest sympathies to those who lost a friend or family member in this horrid and senseless act. May God comfort you in your time of need. I didn't know anyone directly effected at tech, but i can't even name all the people that i know that knew someone who was killed or knew someone at tech that was a close friend with one of those murdered...I refuse to get political on this subject for at least one week, "there is a time to mourn" and that is the time we are in right now. May God grant you rest...and if you don't believe in God, know that their are many of us that do, and we are praying to that God to comfort you.

This tragedy at tech has shaken people all around the America, I was just looking through some of the posts on the blogs, and noticed people saying how their prayers are with those families of tech students. I have seen people who I would never thought to EVER be saying they are praying, praying, and others who say, "I am not a real religious person, but today I am." It saddens me that it takes a horrid event to bring some people back to God...I am in no way saying this tragedy was good, but it saddens me that people turn there back on God except when they are hurting...that is all. Keep Going...

un altro breve rapporto su legge

The Hatter"s Explanation

The Virginian Federalist