7am is too early

There are a few of us at the moment working very hard on a proposal.    I worked all weekend, and I was at the office at 7am this morning, because it is due today.

The security guard wouldn’t let me in.  He said because I don’t have an access card yet, he cant let me in until 8am.  Forgetting the obvious question (“Gee Jake, you’ve been there a few months now, why don’t you have an access card?”), the real question is why can’t you let me in until 8am?  And what am I supposed to do until then?

I was pretty pissed.  But I was also (and still am) quite tired due to all the overtime and so on.   So let me ask you, does it make any sense to you?  If he can let me in at 8am without a card, why cant he let me in at 7am without a card? I guess I’ll have to wait an hour before I do all my stealing.

Anyway, all I did was walk down the car ramp into the carpark, and tailgate someone in through the security barriers down there. Yeah, heaps secure.

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The rest is here.

Shame on us: Residents of a Sydney council appose a Muslim School

Camden Council opposes Islamic school development

Pauline Hanson had this to say:

“Every school in Australia is Christian apart from the Islamic schools. I have no understanding of what they teach in the Islamic school, do you?” Ms Hanson asked.

Are we surprised that she has “no understanding”? I'm not. And as I remember, my public primary school was not Christian, it was secular.

This bigot had the lion share of jaw-dropping quotes from the ABC TV article:
“Our democratic rights are being taken away. We just don't want [muslims] here. Not only in Camden, we dont want them in Australia. [All their countries] are dictatorships, they want to rule our world.”

Some other mind-bogglingly stupid comments.

“We're not bigots, we have the right to express our opinion.”

You have the right to express your opinion, if you are express a bigoted opinion, you are a bigot.

“My kids don't speak Arabic, so they cant go to this church. Next thing you know there'll be a mosque, then a little town … it's not right. It's totally not appropriate for the area.”

I'm not catholic, but I don't have a problem with Catholic churches, even if they continue to fuck young boys.

“I'm not saying all Muslims are bad. They are not all bad, but their teaching is.”

That's like saying: “The people of Camden aren't all bad, but they are all crack-whores”

ABC Reporter: Why are you wearing an Australia flag?
Bigot: Why not? Why shouldn't I? Why is the ABC against Australia?

Google turned up some more depressing bigotry from some small-minded douchebags:

The pigs’ heads, planted on wooden stakes on the Camden site, with the Australian flag draped between them, are believed to be in protest of the Muslim school proposal.

Found here. My response to that

Why is it that alot of people confuse “secular” with “Christian”? Would they appose a Buddhist Temple?

If Obama is assassinated ….

… it proves that America generates fear of the world, from it's fear of its own people.

The fact that there are assassination fears shows that American's are afraid of themselves – meaning that those who hate Obama are feared by those who like him and what he stands for.

People tend to project their own values onto others by expecting from them no better than they expect from themselves.

If they are afraid that someone will pop Obama, its not hard to understand why they are afraid of Mexicans and Europeans.

It's almost like they're saying:
“We can protect you from the evils that we tricked you into believing”.