Awww, he thinks he’s on a news network.
You’ve heard about Cthulhu, and you’ve probably heard about the man who created this tentacled horror, H.P. Lovecraft. Now you want to try delving into the world of Lovecraft, but where to start? Let us help you.
There are so many terrific, iconic stories by HP Lovecraft that no introductory list could ever satisfy completely. But here are eight stories and novellas that will introduce you to the main concepts in Lovecraft’s world, as well as exposing you to some of his obsessive preoccupations.
Congrats to our Cynical Inquistor, Abbi for her national HomeGoods commercial. And she managed to sneak in the Cynics sign at the end which is three quick claps followed by a bunny hop. Very well done.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A former cashier for The Home Depot who has been wearing a “One nation under God” button on his work apron for more than a year has been fired, he says because of the religious reference. The company claims that expressing such personal beliefs is simply not allowed.
“I’ve worn it for well over a year and I support my country and God,” Trevor Keezor said Tuesday. “I was just doing what I think every American should do, just love my country.”
The American flag button Keezer wore in the Florida store since March 2008 says “One nation under God, indivisible.”
Earlier this month, he began bringing a Bible to read during his lunch break at the store in the rural town of Okeechobee, about 140 miles north of Miami. That’s when he says The Home Depot management told him he would have to remove the button.
Keezer refused, and he was fired on Oct. 23, he said.
“It feels kind of like a punishment, like I was punished for just loving my country,” Keezer said.
A Home Depot spokesman said Keezer was fired because he violated the company’s dress code.
Oh noes! They takes aways mah Magic Man buttons. Protection against Satan…..leaving…. Must…. shout…. PERSECUTION!
Yeah, most businesses choose not to have their employees displaying political or religious messages on their clothing that could offend customers. Perhaps he could just wear Jesus Underoos so nobody would be the wiser. Like how the Mormons do it.
If I hate 99.9% of the population, then that leaves about 6 million people who I like or at least can stand. Which makes me a people person.