St. Leo Converts Yacht to Human Power, Rowed by 300 Female Models, to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Empower Women

His promise to “delay fatherhood” in attempt to save the planet wasn’t cutting it with activists.  But now that he’s got an Oscar, he’s got to “get serious.”




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Fearless and Devout Catholic Christian First, Loving Husband and Father Second, Pissed-Off Patriot Third, Rocket Engineer Dork Last.
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12 Responses to St. Leo Converts Yacht to Human Power, Rowed by 300 Female Models, to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Empower Women

  1. Terry says:

    And of course, all 300 oarswomen were vegan.
    He is indeed a man of his (and al gore’s) word.

  2. Hardnox says:

    I hope the hypocritical asshole delays fatherhood permanently. The gene pool is already too screwed up. We don’t need more.

    I didn’t/won’t watch the Oscars but did catch the unavoidable news blips. Good grief! These Hollywood morons are pathetic.

  3. Adrienne says:

    What gets me about the libtards who attend the Oscars is how people with access to gazillions of dollars can look so horrifically ill groomed and ill dressed. I look better when I go to Wally World.

    • I’m quite positive you look better than Lady Gaga when you stumble out of bed in the morning.

      • Adrienne says:

        Usually. And………I wear really pretty girly nighties, too.

        • Adrienne says:

          And I’m one of those people who doesn’t stumble out of bed. The many my eyes open, I’m completely awake and ready to go. It’s called psychosis – or something.

        • That’s good! Gruntessa and I have been watching old “Mad Men” episodes on Netflix, and it’s been amazing seeing the women all dolled up in late-50s, 1960 dresses. And January Jones sure can wear those lacy nighties! The men wearing suits everywhere is awesome, too. I think the culture became completely unlivable at just about that time. Maybe 1964. Strange coincidence that your rolls of 1964 Kennedy half dollars mark the end of civilization!

          • Adrienne says:

            I’m old enough to remember when my mom got her first pair of slacks to wear around the house.. Before that ladies wore house dresses and looked really nice. And all ladies wore gloves and dressed up to go downtown shopping. Everyone got dressed up for church every Sunday, too.

            My Dad wore a jacket until the day he died. He never owned a pair of “dungarees” as he called them.

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