Incest in the Family

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In March 2004 a 58 year old man was charged with killing nine children in the family. The children were his by various females, which is where the story becomes bizarre. According to the, Marcus Wesson is a Seven Day Adventist. The Mercury News stated in the article that Wesson attended Seventh – day Adventist church services over the years.  Information was obtained from officials at the Central California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.  It seems that only part of the family were formally members of any congregation. It seems Marcus Wesson abused religion by practicing incest, polygamy, physical, mental, sexual abuse and now murder.




Show your colors!  Wear Blue on Friday, September 25th in recognition of September as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Join others across the nation in encouraging men and their families to learn the signs and risk factors for prostate cancer and to show your concern about men’s health issues in general.  Wear anything blue…blue shirt, blue pants, blue jacket, blue socks, blue shoes.  If it’s blue, wear it on “Wear Blue Day.”  To download a “Wear Blue Day” flyer to post as a reminder in your local offices go to the Men’s Health Initiative website at

Homeless People on Twitter

Homeless People on Twitter  The invisible people are onhomeless street shelter Twitter! Not people from outer space or sci-fi, but people who survive right here on earth. Believe it! Hardlynormal is one such individual. His bio says, “Just a hardly normal guy trying to navigate through an abnormal world by helping others.” ABC News Detroit did a story on Hardlynormal’s mission – One Man’s Mission against Homelessness.

Change the World

@12for12k The girl who silenced the world four 5 min She addressed a UN Meeting on issue of environment. From the mouths of babes. What kind of  world are we leaving to them?  Today September 21st International World Peace Day. (Powerful stuff RT the great @iamkhayyam) #Ateam #changetheworld onTwitter

Hermes and Aphrodite-Hermaphrodites

Question heard around the world was whether South African runner Caster Semenya was male or female. Interesting fact her sex was never questioned until she won 800-meter gold medal last month in Berlin at the world championships.

Serena Williams

Monday September 14, 2009 6:47PM Federer cursed at the umpire still in the game US Open – double standards

Serena Williams had a really bad meltdown at the U.S. Open – heard around the world. She looked ‘pissed’ when she stated the game and things soon went down hill.  I like Serena and I can’t ever remember seeing her act so poorly.  I must confess that after 10 years of watching tennis, I never heard an official make a ‘foot fall’ call.

The press conference was not an act. She was clearly still angry at what happened before the game, and annoyed at what happen during the game.  This was a week of angry outbursts: remember the President of the United States being called a ‘liar’ in Congress? This is the week of 9-11 and I was pissed remembering the people who died ages 3-71! 

I was also annoyed at the self-righeous female commentators on ESPN who acted like a tennis player NEVER acted like Serena. They sounded like she should have been made to come to center court in chains.  Ban her from the game. Don’t let her play doubles! Since when is the entire team penalized for one player??????????

There really is a NOT so laughable double standard. Let me refresh some memories here, and I don’t even have to mention John McEnroe once: June 30, 2008 – Serena Williams has hit back at US tennis player Justin Gimelstob, after he called Russian player Anna Kournikova “a bitch” and two other female players “sexpots”. He aimed to make Kournikova cry at an upcoming mixed doubles tournament, and described French players Tatiana Golovin and Alize Cornet “sexpots”, and Czech player Nicole Vaidisova as a “well-developed young lady”.

April 9, 2006 – The Davis Cup Andy Murray’s major contribution to proving he is a feisty competitor came with a foul-mouthed outburst after Britain lost the crucial doubles. Murray faces disciplinary action after he swore at the chair umpire, Adel Aref of Tunisia – f-word abuse that was clearly heard on BBC TV and remarked on admonishingly by commentator Andrew Castle.

September 5, 2007 AUSTRALIAN Davis Cup player Paul Hanley has been slapped with the biggest fine issued at a grand slam this year following a foul-mouthed attack on a US Open spectator. Hanley was fined $3,650 for “unsportsmanlike conduct” – three times more than any of the other 16 players so far fined for various offences at the Open.  In fact, of 69 fines issued to players at the four slams this year, Hanley’s is the biggest.,8659,22367098-23216,00.html