Because, the truth is stranger than fiction.

"The Truth is stranger than fiction." Prophecy is the forthtelling of God's Word. Whether it’s the prevalence of Israel, Babylon, the non-mention of the United States in the End of the Age Days, ‘wars and rumors of wars’, exploitation of pharmaceuticals by mega-corp’s [globalists], human-trafficking, beheadings, the tracking of everyone and everything that “no one might buy or sell unless they have the mark”, the Last Days read like the news and geopolitical strategy of every State, as if lifted from the pages of Scripture. “Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done,” (Isa 46:10). What characterizes the Last Days, End Times? Deception. "This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come...", "Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.” “For thy merchants [corporations] were the great men of the earth [globalists]; for by thy sorceries [pharmakeia = drug use] were all nations deceived. (2Ti 3:1-13; Rev 18:23) Knowing the End from the Beginning makes me an Optimist. Daily life makes me a Realist. Question Everything. Read voraciously. “The past is prologue.” And, since history repeats, apply practical principles to prepare for what lies ahead. Thomas Jefferson warned of the disastrous policy of centralized private banking (Federal Reserve), Eisenhower warned us of the subsequent “military-industrial complex”, JFK exposed their "sphere of influence", and men like Dietrich Bonheoffer (Op. Valkyrie) laid down their lives, “that others might live”. To avoid the impending Econopocalypse, we must realize “the answer to 1984 is 1776.” “Without a revolution, Americans are history.” Without Revelation there will be no Revolution.

"If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?" (Jhn 3:12)

"The natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spirtually discerned." "That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again." (1Cr 2:14) (Jhn 3:6-7)

Seeking to understand dark sayings, mysteries, and mis-stories.
Reading news of the weird and connecting the apparently unconnected.

Logos. Symbols. Enigmas. Riddles. Encrypted. Inscribed.
Words. Pictures. Sayings. Rhymes. Decrypted. Explained.

As was before, so it is, and will be.......until.

Friday, May 3, 2013

Pink Taco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Name controversy

The name has caused controversy inScottsdale, Arizona, where the restaurant attempted to open a second location. In response, the city government received four emails complaining about the name. This generated a complaint from MayorMary Manross who said she was offended, although she did not see the name in a sexual way until the complaints were raised. She asked the owner to change the name, but he refused.[4]

On May 15, 2006, the Scottsdale City Council, by a unanimous vote, recommended the restaurant for a liquorlicense from the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control. One resident raised an objection at the meeting, saying the name "demeans and degrades women." The state agency said it had not received any complaints.[5] The Scottsdale location closed its doors on April 1, 2009.[6]

The restaurant quickly gained the attention of the media, and was soon contacted by representatives from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Mind of Mencia with requests for interviews, which were initially turned down.[5] President and CEO Harry Morton appeared on the June 27, 2006 episode of The Daily Show, which also featured a story on the controversy by reporter Ed Helms. During his interview, Morton explained that the name comes from a menu item, and that if the restaurant were truly "vagina-themed", there would be "vaginas all over the walls".[7] Pink Taco was also mentioned during the May 20, 2006 showing of Saturday Night Live as part of its "Weekend Update" skit.[8]

In August 2006, Morton announced a $30 million bid for the naming rights to theArizona Cardinals' new stadium inGlendale, Arizona.[9] The offer was rejected by the Cardinals, who dismissed the announcement as a joke and a publicity stunt. On September 28, 2006, Pink Taco launched a similar bid to rename theLouisiana Superdome in New Orleans to the "Pink Taco Dome". As the State of Louisiana owns the Superdome, any name change must be approved by the Louisiana State Legislature.[10]

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