The Red Dot


For centuries, Hindu women have worn a dot on their foreheads.

Most of us have naively thought this was connected with tradition or religion, but the Indian embassy in Ottawa has recently revealed the true story.   

When a Hindu woman gets married, she brings a dowry into the union. On her wedding night, the husband scratches off the dot to see whether he has won a convenience store, a gas station, a doughnut shop, a taxi cab, or a motel in the United States.

If nothing is there, he must remain in India to answer telephones and provide us with Verizon technical support.

21 thoughts on “The Red Dot

  1. You’re disgraceful for approving this article, webmaster. Hinduism is the most inclusive religion of all; India is the ‘silent victim’ of globalism and their women certainly don’t deserve to be made fun of.

    1. hey, John. …What’s the difference between a Hindu with a dot on his head, and a Hindu with a turban on his head?

      (One’s a pull-start and one’s a push-start)

      1. Hi Jolly roger,


        I heard it’s not a stick-on or comestic dot at all,… its from the husband poking her in the forehead every time he has to remind her of something.

        JD – If you don’t like our jokes,…. get the hell out of MY country,.. and don’t let the door hit you in the ass!


  2. I think this is another case of needing to concentrate our fire downrange.
    The problem is not the people of India; the problem is our traitorous congress that has given incentives to foreigners to come to these united States and buy businesses and land on the cheap, often with huge tax breaks.
    The same holds true for companies that offshore their labor needs. I’ve experienced this first hand. I worked for a large computer services company, known by a 3 letter acronym, for years as a contract worker. Couldn’t get hired as a full time worker, no matter how hard I tried. This company actually said they were in a 5 year process to reduce their ‘US worker force’ by 40,000. Sure enough, I had the pleasure of training people from India, hired as full-time employees, to do my job. And shortly after that, I was informed that ‘your contract position has been eliminated.’ Thanks, H.A.L.

    All that said, I did find the above story funny and it made a point. I guarantee that people of all races and places have no problem pointing out our foibles and making fun of ‘those crazy Americans’. It’s human nature. At the risk of raising the ire of John, here’s another one, from Arizona:

    Worker one: “We just hired another Indian.”
    Worker two: “Dot or feather?”

    Keep the faith and don’t lose your sense of humor.

  3. This is just too funny thank you for posting this!! All the gods in pagan religions are in the graves but my Lord Jesus has risen and HIS tomb is empty. Thanks again!!!

  4. Can you say “CARGO CULT”?

    That is what many religions are based on as well as the civilizations that grew up around them. We are just starting to scratch our way into space where our ancestors lived and worked, were born and died. Long long ago.

    I’ve heard my fellow Christians grimly hold to 6000 year old universe. I hear the atheists proclaimed G-d as a hysterical belief.

    How about this: Human beings are far older than even the atheists can imagine. There was the son of the God of the universe born to a woman named Marry and did come to save us from eternal damnation because we really were a bunch of scum that God was about to expunge, and he stepped in to save our sorry ARRSES! 50,000 years ago there was a high civilization and it ended with a shooting war that was systematically fragging this solar system including some planet that is now the asteroid belt. Mars caught hell too and was almost destroyed.

    If you have technology where you are very tempted to call yourself gods you might be tempted to pick a fight with something and one side or the other annihilates the other, and the surviving side’s civilization is all but destroyed but a few outposts on earth. Then a really bad day comes where the ice age ends the weather goes wild because part of the Antarctic ice sheet get so massive it breaks off and surges north changing the salinity temporarily of the world’s oceans as well as sea and air currents. What pitiful little left of that remnant builds a large barge and hunkers down until the flood waters recede and the rest is what we know as biblical history. Even that is fragmentary because it was abridged in 930 AD in the town of Tyre.

    By the way. Atheist have a holiday as declared by a Florida court. It occurs every April 1. I would say they have another one also as May 1. Either way they can all go step on a rake really hard!!!!

    1. Interesting…

      They have found ancient artifacts of extremely high technological levels, some hundreds of thousands of years old (and older).

      Naturally, those sort of things would be tucked away in the “Raiders of the Lost Ark” warehouse, never to be seen by the ‘public’.

      1. We’re on the cusp of something wonderful I suspect. 🙂 Unfortunately there are a bunch of A-holes who want it all for themselves and chains for us. Liberty and morality will take us to the stars as it was meant to be. What did Jesus say? “In may fathers house there are many mansions”, and “There is nothing new in heaven and earth.”. Just had no idea growing up what he was talking about. I think I do now. 🙂 has some cool videos. OMG sort of stuff that supports much of what I just jotted down in the previous note.

    2. genesis describes TWO creations. I suspect all this ancient stuff is from the first one. makes NO SENSE that it would be repeated for the same creation.

  5. Its interesting that “apocalypse” means the unveiling, or revealing , such as the book of revelations, in which it states the sins of the leaders will be revealed. I would say, that is happening as we speak, as more and more find these things out.

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