Sunday, April 24, 2011

Spring Spheres

Read this essay from Matt Gurney at the National Post, on yet another effort by progressives to destroy the culture. Hint: They're not Easter eggs. They're "spring spheres."

UPDATE: An anonymous leftist commenter slams this as a fake story. So, for the record, here's the other side: "Can KIRO Prove Its "Spring Spheres" Easter Egg Story?"

Naturally progressives would go on the offensive against this, given how much they hate all American holidays, especially Christian holidays. And I'm especially delighted that progressives are coming over here to fact check, anonymously or not. Freakin' progressive asshats.


Anonymous said...

Of course, the "spring spheres" story would be a lot more outrageous if there was any shred of evidence that it actually happened. Assuming that it wasn't Dori Monson or someone on his staff who cooked it up in the first place, there are probably a few stoned teenagers sitting around in a Seattle-area basement laughing their asses off about this one. I know I am.

Though, you might want to Google *before* you post.

Props to you and Sasquatch for keepin' it real. Yo!