The Power of Satan

Another report from the front offered by someone determined to protect and promote Confederate heritage and its advocates, notably the Virginia Flaggers:

Today the great grandsons and grand-daughters of the attackers are still here, the evil ones, now attacking Southern heritage groups, siding with anyone or any organization that takes actions to harm our Southern history and heritage, to defame our Confederate flags and our Confederate ancestors. Men such as Brooks Simpson, Andy Hall, Keven Levin, Corey Meyer, Rob Baker, Al Mackey in their small man ways, write blogs and tell stories and give commentary that attacks the South and Confederate heritage supporters. Almost any good thing the Virginia Flaggers do, one of these morons will blab or write some story, many times absent of many facts, but they still write and blog. You see, providing you with accurate history is not their goal, their goal is much bigger, as they are tools of Satan. Yes, you say, what, are you nuts, No I am not nuts, I am explaining to you that for far too long you have been duped by such people.

 

That said, watch this moving tribute to Satan, who never did get to lace them up for the New Jersey Devils:

 

15 thoughts on “The Power of Satan

  1. Cotton Boll Conspiracy November 18, 2014 / 9:19 am

    I don’t know what I liked better: The term “small man ways” or rhetorical monologue being used as self-serving dialogue, “Yes, you say, what, are you nuts, No I am not nuts, I am explaining to you that for far too long you have been duped by such people.”

  2. Jimmy Dick November 18, 2014 / 9:45 am

    Poor Jerry.

    He’s as blind as he can be
    Just sees what he wants to see
    Nowhere man, can you see me at all
    Nowhere man don’t worry
    Take your time, don’t hurry
    Leave it all till somebody else
    Lends you a hand
    Ah, la, la, la, la

    Doesn’t have a point of view
    Knows not where he’s going to
    Isn’t he a bit like you and me?
    Nowhere man please listen
    You don’t know what you’re missing
    Nowhere man, The world is at your command
    Ah, la, la, la, la

    He’s a real nowhere man
    Sitting in his nowhere land
    Making all his nowhere plans for nobody
    Making all his nowhere plans for nobody
    Making all his nowhere plans for nobody

    • Brooks D. Simpson November 18, 2014 / 3:08 pm

      Miro having played for the Isles, among other teams, I know that. Party pooper.

      • Stefan Jovanovich November 18, 2014 / 3:20 pm

        All is forgiven if you can use your powers to get the Penguins another Stanley Cup.

          • John Hennessy November 19, 2014 / 6:39 am

            Are things so hopeless now with the Isles (setting themselves up now for the big fall to come) that we are getting sentimental about Miroslav Satan? Ex-Isles win cups with the Penguins because they know they have no chance given the Isle’s tumbling fortunes over the last THIRTY-ONE years.

          • Brooks D. Simpson November 19, 2014 / 1:19 pm

            John’s working on his material. Of course, the Pens have never won a Cup without the important leadership provided by an ex-Islander (Trottier in ’91 and ’92, Guerin in ’09).

    • John Foskett November 18, 2014 / 4:17 pm

      Full disclosure: this blog’s host and some of his commenters are, um, rather well-versed in things NHL. Rest assured, however, that more than one hockey-ignorant telecaster has referred to Miro without the “sh” or the emphasis on the second syllable.

  3. Pat Young November 18, 2014 / 11:39 am

    “No I not nuts”, a phrase one too rarely sees in modern historical writing.

  4. John Foskett November 18, 2014 / 1:21 pm

    Miro was saved, however, when he came to the Lord in 2010. Too bad he didn’t stick it out to reach Heaven in 11.🙂

  5. Will Hickox November 18, 2014 / 2:30 pm

    Simpson, how dare your fancy book learnin’, devil worship, and small man ways interfere with my desperate need to believe my ancestors were perfect.

  6. jarretr November 19, 2014 / 7:38 am

    Jerry’s stream-of-consciousness prose follows in the grand tradition of Joyce, Woolf, and Faulkner.

  7. Alec Kohut November 19, 2014 / 11:30 am

    Congrats Brooks!!! As it is often said: “Don’t judge a man by his friend, judge him by his enemies.” By that standard, I hold you in pretty high regard, keep up the good work.

  8. Al Mackey November 20, 2014 / 10:06 am

    Dumbford needs to stop using his meds as legos to build little houses in which he pretends to live.

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