I'm Your Fetus, I'm Your Fire "Fetal Gourmet"
Please note: Fortunately and unfortunately, this pathetic attempt at satire appears to have been removed from its server. It mocked the pro-life view in a most vile and contemptible manner by suggesting uses for aborted fetuses ("fetus recipes," "fetus art," "fetus sports," etc.), but it also demonstrated the "pro-choice"/pro-abortion mentality in its most hateful, most depraved state.
Hey "Rico Suave" (or is it "Fetal Gourmet"?), in case you missed my post in Carolyn Gargaro's guestbook last month, I thought I should recapitulate my comments in your guestbook both for your benefit and as consolation for victims of your Internet travesty. Also, it appears that you could use some legitimate entries in this guestbook.
Having investigated your web site thoroughly, all I can say is, "Hail victory!" Congratulations on so clearly and forcefully demonstrating my primary insight into the "pro-choice" mind at its most egregious:
Anyone who supports the current legal status of abortion as birth control has such a wanton and callous disregard for innocent human life as to possess the mentality, as well as the moral status, of a Nazi.
When can we expect a web site reveling in the joys of exterminating "untermenschen" (lower humans or subhumans; e.g., Jews, Slavs, non-"Aryans," etc.)? Please be certain to include industrial uses of the by-products of this fun; e.g., body fat into soap, hair into pillow and mattress stuffing, skin into lampshades, etc. "Sieg heil!"
-- Matt Wallace, aka The Compleat Heretic, a pro-life Secular Humanist atheist
meretricious (rather disturbing personal home page) Debbie Rivera
Thanks for signing my guestbook, albeit cryptically. If nothing else, it led me to this delightful and excellent web site. As I am uncertain of where the web persona ends and the real person begins, I think I should take the contents with a grain of salt, but I fear that a Siberian salt mine would be inadequate. I thoroughly enjoyed your well-written, amusing, literate "rants." I even liked your poems, though "weatherman" made me ache and long, if nothing more, to be the rain. I was pleased to notice a lack of misspellings and typos (two of my pet peeves); such copyediting skill and attention to detail indicates both the author's pride in her work and her respect for her guests. I do have a problem with the layout of "malice." Slipping into my George Bush imitation, "Vertical cursor bars. Good! Horizontal cursor bars. Bad!" Being a fellow GeoCitizen and having seen some "odd" and ironic banners come up on my pages (e.g.; gay site ads on my "homophobic" military "gay ban" pages), I think I'll adopt your use of a disclaimer under the GeoGuide though it will require editing a hundred pages. Thank my lack of God for cut-and-paste. Finally, in response to "an irreverent, irrelevant, darkly beautiful question," the "love-hungry mongrel" that I am whimpers, "Oh, yes, please." Then again, I know that it is but a virtual crush on the extraordinary, exquisite mind that created this lovely pearl thoughtlessly cast with the electronic swill before Internet swine.
-- Matt Wallace, AKA The Compleat Heretic
Saturday, October 10th 1998 07:41:14
neg.ated.ros.e "alexis jade robertson," aka Meg
I came here knowing this site was a parody of "darkgirlsites," so I was vociferously laughing off my ample hindquarters from the start. I was a-hootin' and a-hollerin' so vigorously that I feared my neighbors would send the mental health professionals to take me into protective custody. "neg.ated.ros.e" is such an excellent parody that I found myself wondering if it was really one of those "teen angst" wastes of bandwidth even though I knew it was a parody. Being an old bachelor atheist, I troll the Web looking for the personal sites of atheist women. All I seem to find are the dark, brooding sites of "troubled" teen girls who feel that no one loves them the way they should be loved and understands them the way they understand themselves. Well little girls, no one ever will, that's life, get used to it, GROW UP ALREADY! Mommy and Daddy gave you a computer and Internet access, and you're smart enough to author a web site; your life can't be that bad! Like the song says, "You can't always get whatcha want, but if ya try sometimes, ya get just what ya need." Sheez, I need to cleanse myself by plowing through "neg.ated.ros.e" one more time! Excellent work; dead on target; as a forward observer would say, "FIRE FOR EFFECT!" Thanks for extending my life through laughter and confirming that I have no cerebral aneurysms for I surely would have suffered a fatal hemorrhage from the strain of my hysterical laughter. I have the site bookmarked and will recommend it highly to others!