Saturday, December 19, 2009

Is it more important for a "true" man to be a thoughtful, considerate husband and a caring and loving father...OR...to be desirable to a multitude of beautiful women? I'd like your thoughts on this.

18 comments:

  1. You can be both Conor

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  2. Dear Frank and Conor
    Well, I don't see how to address a question to you unless it is in response to a communications you've posted. So this has nothing to do with your dilemma over how to be a man. I was just wondering, why IS IT that so many people seem to be so sure that God is a "He"? Do we even know God has gender? What constitues gender? I mean, do YOU think God has a penis? To complete my report I really need opeions from BOTH of you. Regards

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  3. Dear Candace,
    I agree with you Candace. A man can be both. Unless that man is Conor. Then he must choose. For to be both, he must also be Italian.

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  4. Dear Anonymous,
    Your query about God and gender troubles me a bit. It sounds like your not as concerned about whether or not God has a penis, but how big the thing might if he does , and where does rain come from anyway?

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  5. I think it really depends on which God your talking about?

    Clearly the Mormon God is attractive to a multitude of beautiful women. I know because I dated a few of his followers in college and wow were they hot... and hotter for their god than me unfortunately :(

    We'll get to the other faiths later...

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  6. Dear Frank,

    How so? Appears that this is your bent. Like you might be wondering how YOU "measure" up next to God. HA! I was just wondering how people came up with such an idea that God is a "he". I figured that if he DOESN'T have a penis (and who would know?) then it made no sense for people to conclude such a thing. Unless, of course, the "people" responsible for penetra- I mean perpetrating such nonsense were....men. Or Italian

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  7. Dear F&C;
    Regarding the "true man," Frank is correct about the ethnic requirements, and of course you showcase the "Italian Lover" role beautifully.
    Conor, since you're Irish, you'll have to choose between being a sheep farmer or a drunken poet. Honestly, I can't tell which you picked.
    Cheerfully,
    Bobcatty

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  8. God is a giant flying pasta monster with both male and female parts and others we haven't yet discovered or imagined. Just take a look at Frank's spagetti!
    Scientifically speaking,
    Yeah-but-still

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  9. Dear Bobcattty ,
    Sheep farming has been one of Conor's great passions for as long as I've known him. He says that they are very soft, but also very messy around the house. And how many poems can a drunk write about them anyway? So for now he has been devoting his time to his other passion, adapting "Gomer Pyle USMC" as a one man show for the stage.Conor, himself would play the great Pyle and the working title for the production is "Mayberry Marine sings about sheep"
    World premiere by ISIS THEATRE CO. in the spring.
    Look for it.

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  10. LOL! : ) at Frank's response to Bobcatty

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  11. Dear Pat Robertson,

    I know that you know that all press is good press, so I appreciate the shout-out. And you make God look like a big mean bully who kicks people when they are down, so I'm all over that action. But when you say that Haiti has made a pact with me, it is totally humiliating. I may be evil incarnate, but I'm no welcher. The way you put it, making a deal with me leaves folks desperate and impoverished. Sure, in the afterlife, but when I strike bargains with people, they first get something here on earth -- glamour, beauty, talent, wealth, fame, glory, a golden fiddle.

    Those Haitians have nothing, and I mean nothing. And that was before the earthquake.

    Haven't you seen "Crossroads"? Or "Damn Yankees"? If I had a thing going with Haiti, there'd be lots of banks, skyscrapers, SUVs, exclusive night clubs, Botox -- that kind of thing. An 80 percent poverty rate is so not my style. Nothing against it -- I'm just saying: Not how I roll. You're doing great work, Pat, and I don't want to clip your wings -- just, come on, you're making me look bad. And not the good kind of bad.

    Keep blaming God. That's working. But leave me out of it, please. Or we may need to renegotiate your own contract.

    Best,

    Satan

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  12. Wow, Frank! Absolutely brilliant!
    I want to read this at the United Nations.
    Bobcatty

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  13. Yes Frank. Brilliant. I borrowed Anonymous' inquiry about God's gender on FB. Wish you could read my son's response. Fitting. Oh, but thennnn, you would have to become my "friend". haha

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  14. That's disgusting Frank. Rain. Really sorry thing about it is that I only just got it. You and my son could write this column.

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  15. 若對自己誠實,日積月累,就無法對別人不忠了。........................................

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  16. Dear F&C,
    Have you died, or just abandoned your loyal readers? Please let us know. Thanks!
    - Bobcatty

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  17. Yeh, WTF? I've sent so many people to your blog. Now they are all going WTF?

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