Chief Vacation


Tomorrow I embark on a rare exercise – vacation. Yes, the Chief is rarely far from his native land, this desk, but it’s been said that breaks are necessary so off I go with Mrs. Chief and her folks to the happy hunting ground of Maine, where tasty ocean critters called lobsters are in abundance. We intend to gorge on these creatures as we take in the scenery of Acadia park and do whatever it is that people do on vacation. The horses are primed, sleds loaded, and away we go.

It’s doubtful that I will be able to see the smoke signals of the atheosphere while I’m away, so you all will have to make do without me, but rest assured the Chief will return soon, hopefully rejuvenated and ready to once again take the tomahawk to irrational nonsense. Until then, stay good and keep the non-faith!

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12 Responses to “Chief Vacation”

  1. Have a great vacation, Philly. See you when you get back.

  2. I know those aren’t really pictures of you, because the guy isn’t holding a bottle of beer or a glass of fine wine. So what kind of vacation is that? You’ll need something to wash down those lobsters.

  3. As a member of the Native American Defense League, I find this post highly offensive.

    Want to smoke the peace pipe?

  4. The middle picture proves that you aren’t really an Indian. See that image way in the background, in the middle of the picture?

    Masons! The hills are alive with the sound of Masons! They’re dressed up as Indians to fool us. Philly’s a Mason. He’s not going to Maine to kill lobsters. He’s going there because that’s where the Knights Templar hid their treasure.

    Ha! Thought you could fool us with your clever photo manipulation, but you missed a spot.

    Wave to the Cape when you drive by, Chief. The smoke signals you see over Falmouth will be McCain headquarters burning down.

  5. Have a great time and take some time to sharpen those tomahawks.

  6. Surely you can find someone to talk sense into up there! Go, good soldier, and fight the good battle!

  7. I liked the pics… I’m on vacation myself.

  8. Enjoy. I spend a fair amount of time there (my grandparents are retired on the island). Have a meal at Fiddler’s Green in Southwest Harbor or at Helen’s in Ellsworth (fantastic pies (and reall good lobster stew)). Cmmercial over. Have fun.

  9. Please tell the McCain/Palin Campaign (preferrably politely) why teaching creationism in our public schools around America is superstitious and is not in our nation’s best interests. These are the feelers McCain has out there, the way in which Americans can have a voice and be heard by his campaign:

    Contact his campaign directly here:

    http://www.johnmccain.com/Contact/

    Or go to his blogs and leave a polite message about the subject matter wherever appropriate:

    http://www.johnmccain.com/blog/

    Remember, McCain does a lot of things right and is a great heroic war veteran who genuinely puts his country first, but Creationism is one key area where he is completely wrong and could potentially create a major setback for American students and businesses. We can’t let America fall behind foriegn countries in the departments of Science and Technology because of his superstitious beliefs.

  10. quantum flux:
    McCain does a lot of things right and is a great heroic war veteran who genuinely puts his country first.

    What pipe are you smoking?

  11. No offense but I doubt if Grandpa and the Bimbo would care if told not to teach creationism in schools either politely or written on the soles of my shoes and forcibly delivered up their asses.

    Btw, the vacation was nice. Thanks for the well wishes. ;)

  12. Have a great time and take some time to sharpen those tomahawks.

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