Thursday, October 28, 2004


It appears that my 70 million loyal readers are not searching for sex on the net the way they once did.

It turns out sex searches declined fron 20% in 1997 to only 5% today.

I expect you all to do your part today and seach the www for sex. Or at least pictures of it. The real thing being harder to get over a wire or through the air.

So go out and do your part. Search the www for sex.

Ashcroft will not approve. Which I think is the point.

I'm a Jack Ryan Republican and this message was not authorized by Jack.

I wonder what Obama's position on sex is? Given his UC background I'm sure it is something exotic. Hey isn't Ashcroft UC? I guess it takes all kinds.

I started my search and found something to warm ole Ashcroft's heart. An online compilation of sex in the Bible.

HARLOTRY: "A-Whoring after Other Gods"
A harlot (zonah) in ancient Israel was a person to be avoided, according to scripture, for both economic and moral reasons, though prostitution was not illegal (provided the woman was single, that is, not committing adultery, and not a priest's daughter, "profaning her father" [Lev. 21:9]). Thus the Hebrew Bible warns that consorting with prostitutes (zanah being the verb form for sexual intercourse outside of marriage) can leave one broke ("He that keepeth company with harlots spendeth his substance" [Prov. 29:3]), and the Apocrypha states that right abhors wrong "just as a respectable and virtuous woman abhors a harlot" (2 Esdras 16:49-50). In Jesus' parable of the Prodigal Son, a young man's whoring leads to his ruin (Luke 15:11-32), and the Apostle Paul says that a man who is "joined to an harlot" becomes "one body" with her, thus profaning that which belongs to the Lord (1 Cor. 6:13-16). "Whoremongers" are among those who "shall have their part," says the book of Revelation, in the lake of fire and brimstone (21:8; see also Eph. 5:5 and Heb. 13:4; for more on hell and sex, see FORNICATION: "GOING AFTER STRANGE FLESH").

Harlotry or whoredom (zenut) is often used in the Old Testament as a metaphor for the recurring idolatry of the Hebrew people. Thus they are described as "playing the harlot" (Ezek. 16:41) and "a-whoring after other gods" such as Baal of Canaan (Ex. 34:15-16; Judg. 2:17, 8:33; see BAALIM AND ASHTAROTH). The prophet Jeremiah accuses "backsliding Israel" of playing the harlot "upon every high mountain and under every green tree," followed by "her treacherous sister Judah" (3:6-8). The prophet Hosea, decrying "the spirit of whoredoms" that leads Israel to seek counsel from idols (4:12), even marries a whore, to personify how Israel "hath committed great whoredom, departing from the Lord" (1:2; see HOSEA: "UPON EVERY CORNFLOOR"). (For the long-held view, now seriously questioned, that such biblical passages are not all metaphorical but include references to fertility rites or cultic sex, see PROSTITUTION: IS NOTHING SACRED?.)
There are links in the article (all caps in the above).
Here is my favorite part. The size queens of the Bible:
Like her sister Oholah she had also "played the harlot in the land of Egypt," where her lovers had organs that were mulelike in size, with issue "like the issue of horses." Now she entertained drunken groups from the desert, all manner of "men of the common sort" who "went in unto" Oholah and Oholibah.
Lots of research to do. So little time. Well any way I hope Ashcroft doesn't prosecute. Course if he did it would be great fun. BTW John I was in your Class (I think) I don't remember you. I lived in "East - New Dorms".

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