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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

A haven for the homely

Islam may declare itself the "Religion of Peace," but "religion of frumpiness" may be a more apt description. Many thanks go to Prayer Warriors Little Green Footballs, who provide the translation of a Swedish article about how the women of Old Europe are embracing suicide bombing, rather than using makeup to overcome their spiritual inadequacies:
They convert to protest against the fixation with looks in our modern society. The tougher living conditions for women, who are supposed to both have a career and do the housekeeping, play a part, too. Many of the women feel that their lives lack a sense of purpose, but Christianity does not seem like a relevant alternative to them.
Is there a more horrible circle of Hell than the one reserved for these cosmetological cut & runners who couldn't hack their basic duties as Christian women? I dare say not. I certainly understand the temptation of saving three hours every morning by throwing on an old burka, rather than performing the elaborate beauty rituals of my Faith. But as Scripture tells us, we mustn't hide our candles under bushels. For if we do, then the terrorists have truly won. Praise Him!


  • At May 17, 2006 4:29 PM, Blogger Brian FInch said…

    For years I did the make up for these pôor women, you now see what happens when I retire, all hell breaks loose.

    Praise Him!

  • At May 18, 2006 9:45 AM, Blogger nash said…

    Michelle Malkin understands. She knows that the woman of every red-blooded wingnut boy's secret dreams is a cross between Margaret Thatcher and a Subic Bay bar girl. And she acts on that knowledge.

    Categorical Aperitif

  • At May 18, 2006 4:46 PM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Miss Retro Virus: You are truly one of the saints of Christian cosmetology. Tragically for Our Faith, the evil whore Hollywood has seduced all the makeup artists here, and the ambition of every MAC beauty technician is to get a job in the Industry. It's worse than Scientology.

    Nash: I believe Our President addressed such human/animal hybrids in his last State of the Nation address.


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