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It seems Pope Francis needs to brush up on his Tertullian!

It has been reported (in The ChristLast Media, I must note) that the current Pope does not like the phrase "lead us not into temptation...

"Let no freedom be allowed to novelty, because it is not fitting that any addition should be made to antiquity. Let not the clear faith and belief of our forefathers be fouled by any muddy admixture." -- Pope Sixtus III

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

SEX IS DEATH. (Wrestle with mania)

I came to Carthage, where I found myself in the midst of a hissing cauldron of lusts. I had not yet fallen in love, but I was in love with the idea of it, and this feeling that something was missing made me despise myself for not being more anxious to satisfy the need. I began to look around for some object for my love, since I badly wanted to love something. —St. Augustine, Confessions

Ladies and gentlemen! This is a battle to the death with a 30 hour time limit!

In this corner, it's The Driving Instructor! And in the far corner, it's The Minor Child!

Sounds like a mismatch...

Teacher charged with attempted murder of teen

Police believe a high school teacher who moonlights as a pro wrestler attacked a 17-year-old girl and then left her in the woods with a broken neck for than 30 hours before accompanying investigators back to where she lay.

Searchers who spotted Ashley Reeves through driving rain were sure she was dead — until they saw her take a breath. Authorities believe 26-year-old Samson Shelton, a teacher at a different school, tried to kill her a day earlier.

"It was almost disbelief that she was still alive," investigator Steve Johnson of the St. Clair County, Ill., Sheriff's Department, recalled Tuesday.

Reeves was in serious condition Tuesday. Shelton, a wannabe pro wrestler and driver's education teacher in tiny Freeburg, Ill., is jailed on $1 million bond and charged with kidnapping and attempted murder.

Police said they were still investigating why the muscular, 6-foot-1, 200-pound teacher tried to strangle the 5-foot-5, 120-pound junior with a belt and, according to the criminal complaint, use "his forearm with such force as to break the neck of Ashley Reeves."

Authorities have said Reeves and Shelton had a "relationship," though Johnson would not elaborate. He would not say how the girl, who attended a different school, knew the older man.

Ah, yes...a "relationship". There are relations and then there are relations.

The investigator would only describe Shelton as a known acquaintance of Reeves and say that Shelton was with investigators early Saturday when they finally found her in a desolate area of Citizens Park in the St. Louis suburb of Belleville, Ill.

She had been missing since leaving her home Thursday afternoon for a job interview; the Jeep she was driving was found eight hours later in another park in the area.

Let us hope and pray Ashley will soon be well enough to testify against the pervert who used her and then tried to discard her.

And what is a SEX IS DEATH story without a personal webpage detailing somebody's sick fantasies?

St.Louis Post-Dispatch: Web life may draw scrutiny

In a profile on the Web, Samson R. Shelton described himself as a line-dancing "pimp" with a girl in every port, whose hobbies include prostitutes and pornography.

Whether it was a joke shared among friends or a genuine self-assessment, Shelton's online writing raised questions after his arrest this weekend on charges of attempted murder of a teenage girl from another school.

It was at odds with the earnest, athletic educator he seemed to be in the real world. In clear hindsight, perhaps, the disparity could have been a warning sign.

Until now, schools have been mostly concerned with policing computer usage on campus.

But a veteran educator said Monday that the episode could jar schools to sleuth more into online behavior of teachers.

"I wouldn't hire him," said William Rebore, chairman of the department of educational leadership at St. Louis University and a former superintendent for the Francis Howell and Valley Park school districts.

"If the person said, 'Oh, that's nothing, it's just a joke,' well, professional people don't joke in that manner, especially when it comes to children."

Rebore said he thinks schools will more commonly ask employees to disclose what they are posting on the Internet.

A job application could ask, "Do you have a Web site? Are you featured in any Web site?" Rebore said. "Certainly, if someone were not honest about that, it could be grounds for termination. It wouldn't surprise me if districts started putting that on an application."

Due to time constraints, we now move to further action...

Freeburg's school superintendent, Andrew W. Lehman, said the district had neither a policy about off-campus computer use nor any method of checking what has been published.

He said he was not sure whether the district could do anything about such writing because of "freedom of speech and those types of things..."

Huh? And speaking of mystifying...

In the wake of Shelton's arrest, many were wondering why a teacher would write in such coarse terms and expect his words to remain private.

A friend, Tim Davis, said the profile and others like it on the softball team were meant to be jokes, not windows on deeper problems. Davis said his own profile listed his hobby as "getting divorced." Another team member claimed to be the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Body by Bacon."

Har dee har har har. Get a load of Shecky Kindmörder and his comic genius friends.

It was a bunch of friends joking around, he said.

Amanda Lenhart, senior research specialist at the Pew Internet and American Life Project, in Washington, said: "There is a real sense that when people interact with digital media that it's private." She said, "It feels private. It's you and the computer."

Except when you stop typing and start reading, right? Or is that too difficult a concept? Did Ashley have a MySpace page and what does it say about her?

A school system does not necessarily have a responsibility to know about, or act on, such a posting, she said. "The Internet is a big place."

Part 1: SEX IS DEATH. (Stories for Boys) is here.
Part 2: SEX IS DEATH. (Distaff Death) is here.
Part 3: SEX IS DEATH. (Joyously dispensing death) is here.
Part 4: SEX IS DEATH. (Sex is depression) is here.
Part 5: SEX IS DEATH. (When self-pleasuring becomes self-destruction) is here.
Part 6: SEX IS DEATH. (Sex is theft) is
Part 7: SEX IS DEATH. (A review of Bareback Mountain) is
Part 8: SEX IS DEATH. (What is the ultimate penalty?) is
Part 9: SEX IS DEATH. (Haven from reality) is
Part 10: SEX IS DEATH. (Sin-redemption-reasons-reason) is
Part 11: SEX IS DEATH. (Mommy loves you) is
Part 12: SEX IS DEATH. (George Gilder offers a clue) is
Part 13: SEX IS DEATH. (Post-killem depression) is
Part 14: SEX IS DEATH. (Whither womanhood) is
Part 15: SEX IS DEATH. (Saving psychology 1) is
Part 16: SEX IS DEATH. (Saving psychology 2) is
Part 17: SEX IS DEATH. (Fear of the boomers) is
Part 18: SEX IS DEATH. (The battle continues apace) is
Part 19: SEX IS DEATH. (Hot for teacher) is
Part 20: SEX IS DEATH. (Kids do the darndest things) is
Part 21: SEX IS DEATH. (Defects) is
Part 22: SEX IS DEATH. (Privates' privacy) is
Part 23: SEX IS DEATH. (National Condom Week) is
Part 24: SEX IS DEATH. (Wegenics) is
Part 25: SEX IS DEATH. (White wedding) is
Part 26: SEX IS DEATH. (Literally) is
Part 27: SEX IS DEATH. (Can't get me no satisfaction) is here.

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First of all, the word is SEX, not GENDER. If you are ever tempted to use the word GENDER, don't. The word is SEX! SEX! SEX! SEX! For example: "My sex is male." is correct. "My gender is male." means nothing. Look it up. What kind of sick neo-Puritan nonsense is this? Idiot left-fascists, get your blood-soaked paws off the English language. Hence I am choosing "male" under protest.


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