October 30, 2020

We’ve reached the final chapter of Doug Wilson’s thinly-veiled wish fulfillment titled “Ride Sally Ride” Previous chapter here. From sex robot squashing through civil war in 13 long ponderous odiously wordy chapters. The last chapter is titled “Honeymoon Adventures” and I hope against hope it’s not a word-o-graph of the sexual shenanigans of Ace and Stephanie. I’m hostile and dieting right now, so this is a bad moment to put me off my food. We start with Stephanie assuring her… Read more

October 29, 2020

We are continuing on to try and finish up reviewing Doug Wilson’s book “Ride Sally Ride”. Today’s chapter takes an unbelievable secret squirrel turn, like “Mission Impossible” for the brain cell challenged. Plus Doug is busy mentally masturbating over what he views as the upcoming Civil War. Yes, he is proposing treasonous behavior. When we left yesterday the jury was being threatened by the judge via a henchman. He proposed to harm everyone in their families and even their pets…. Read more

October 28, 2020

Doug titled this section of the book “Gonzo Law” but “Gonad Law” fits better. This is the longest chapter of the book, clocking in at a gut busting number of pages. It involves the courtroom shenanigans of Ace and Jon Hunt versus cartoon-y evil district attorney representative Connor Connorson. It can be summed up thusly—if you cannot dazzle them with brilliance just baffle them with malarkey! Last chapter is here. It’s clear reading through this that the closest Doug has… Read more

October 26, 2020

We’re back in Doug Wilson’s book on sex robots and the boys who like to squash them in a metal compactor. When we were last here we found everyone identifying as Christian breaking the law. We start today with the hero Ace’s parents, Benson and Roberta, having a heart to heart about Ace’s actions. Benson wants to reach out to the media, give interviews expressing his sorrow or horror or whatever over Ace’s actions. Roberta has said “No”! Doug has… Read more

October 25, 2020

Last time we left Serena, Carl and twins with awful names throwing shade at the infertile, trying to explain homeschooling and moving into the Luxury Hotel. Today we resume with chapter 17. Serena is scrubbing hotel bathrooms while quizzing the twins on spelling words. This teaching while doing something else seems to be a recurring theme in the book, and I’m not sure it is a good way to teach. It seems sort of thoughtless and half hearted from here…. Read more

October 24, 2020

We’re back in Doug Wilson’s book “Ride Sally Ride” and I just have to say as bad as everything before this point was it’s about to get so much worse. As in I am wondering if someone slipped old Wilson a tainted sugar cube ala Roger Sterling in “Mad Men” without his knowledge. This reads like an acid trip imaginations might! We start anew in chapter 8 in a community center with what Doug describes as a “Slimeball attorney” repeatedly…. Read more

October 23, 2020

There’s a big difference between the two books I am reviewing right now. Serena’s Serenity is merely standard Mary Sue fiction poorly written. Ride Sally Ride veers into territory that makes you fear for the mind of the writer. When I do the Serena book I am seized with the desire to do some very bougie act like having our gardener polish the leaves on our Birds of Paradise, or to lay on the beach sipping an endless parade of… Read more

October 22, 2020

And we’re back in Doug Wilson’s tale of robot debauchery and the boys that love to crush them in trash compactors “Ride Sally Ride” When we last left Ace and pals his lawyer was warning him off his daughter Stephanie and she was helping a Mennonite escape Mennonitism. Banal, childish, and very poorly written. There are finally starting to be critical reviews on the Amazon page pointing out again what a silly tome this is, that it is derivative and… Read more

October 21, 2020

We’re back in Serena’s world according to Jill Rodrigues sister Lisa Moravek’s book “Serena’s Serenity.” The last review is here. We start out with whining again as Serena tells Jerusha a pathetic story of borrowing Miss Emili’s car, a flat tire happening in the “bad” part of town when she does not have a cellphone. We get this: “We locked our doors and prayed for a police officer to come by.” Somehow it never dawns on Serena to change the… Read more

October 19, 2020

This morning at 11 am est I will be on Andrew Hall’s YouTube channel (Laughing in Purgatory) to discuss ten years of covering the Quiverfull movement and where we go from there. Join us if you can by going here! Read more


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