I watched it several times!
They did Perfect Strangers. That's incredible!
Monday, December 31, 2007
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Friday, December 28, 2007
Learn to swim.
Thursday, December 27, 2007
2. Michael Jackson's nose will fall off and then be placed into the Smithsonian museum next to Archie Bunker's chair.
3. The I-Phone will outsell the Flowbee 250 to 1.
4. Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, and Lindsay Lohan will all do something incredibly dumb and slutty and it will make headline news.
5. I will sell a vacuum to another b-list celebrity... either that or I will get a new job where I work next to a guy named Earl. Both Earl and I have our names sewn on our shirt.
6. President Bush will seal his name in the history books as one of the greatest presidents of all time. He will probably be top ten on most people's list... People that matter anyway..
7. Some type of explosion and/or possible religious mob riot will occur in the middle east somewhere.
8. Conspiracy theorists will finally crack the case and figure out that JFK did indeed commit suicide while riding in the motorcade in Dallas.
9. Liberals will accuse republicans of clubbing baby seals for money. Yeah...so.
10. Bjork will win big at the Icelandic Lifetime Psycho Achievement Awards. That's right the ILPAAs
Ending sound effect: Wah Wah
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Sunday, December 23, 2007
Friday, December 21, 2007
2. She's a liberal
3. She's a socialist
4. She only wants power, the means of obtaining that power does not matter
5. Bill Clinton back in the White House
6. She's a woman
7. Universal health care is government run health care
8. She's bland, and unappealing
9. She's anti-Semitic
10. She's not Mike Huckabee
Thursday, December 20, 2007
That is straight soul at it's best!
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
* Now when I go visit the Arctic all I need is a light jacket.
* You can taunt polar bears and they are too weak to fight back because of their depleted habitat. Finally they get a taste of their own medicine!
* Dirt sledding just isn't the same.
* Al Gore.
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Here are some tips to help you if you get the flu this year.**
* Do not go to work. It makes the rest of us look bad when you continue to work hard through your illness. Now somehow I'm a "wuss" because I call in sick when I get the sniffles.
* Do not try to lower your temperature if you get a fever. You don't want to miss out on some awesome delusional hallucinations.
* If you cough do not leave your mouth uncovered unless you are near that one jerk that works in accounting.
* If you start to feel nauseated make sure you eat some Fruity Pebbles. When that stuff comes back up you are going to see colors you never knew existed.
* Pour chicken soup directly into the toilet to save time.
* Do not clog the emergency rooms in your city if you have the simple flu. Symptoms of the simple flu include, sneezing, coughing, stuffy nose, pain in left arm, tightness in chest, seizures, vomiting blood, and loss of limbs. You'll be fine.
* Feed a cold. Starve a fever. Punch a rash.
* Putting cough syrup on pancakes saves time.
Hope that helps.
** Don't actually use these tips.
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
I can't imagine not posting to this site, so let's keep going! Let the nonsense continue!
My 3 loyal readers deserve it.
Thank you to everyone who reads this site. 50,000 hits is more than I could have hoped for. Matt Drudge called me earlier this evening and congratulated me. Or maybe I just dreamt that, I can't remember.
Monday, December 10, 2007
Quick Tips: If You’re Thinking about Leaving a church . . .
Before You Decide to Leave
2. Let your current pastor know about your thinking before you move to another church or make your decision to relocate to another city. Ask for his counsel.
3. Weigh your motives. Is your desire to leave because of sinful, personal conflict or disappointment? If it’s because of doctrinal reasons, are these doctrinal issues significant?
4. Do everything within your power to reconcile any broken relationships.
5. Be sure to consider all the “evidences of grace” you’ve seen in the church’s life—places where God’s work is evident. If you cannot see any evidences of God’s grace, you might want to examine your own heart once more (Matt. 7:3–5).
6. Be humble. Recognize you don’t have all the facts and assess people and circumstances charitably (give them the benefit of the doubt).
If You Go
1. Don’t divide the body.
2. Take the utmost care not to sow discontent even among your closest friends. Remember, you don’t want anything to hinder their growth in grace in this church. Deny any desire to gossip (sometimes referred to as “venting” or “saying how you feel”).
3. Pray for and bless the congregation and its leadership. Look for ways of doing this practically.
4. If there has been hurt, then forgive—even as you have been forgiven.
Mad props to Amazing Grey City for the link to this post.
Sunday, December 09, 2007
Friday, December 07, 2007
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
I caught the tail end of a news report on Christian radio this week that said that Calvinism is on the rise among Southern Baptists and Seminary students.
That's cool. I have never had a quarrel with that thought process on salvation.
However, what I have seen with my eyes is that a lot of Calvinists, especially young ones spend more time debating the 5 points amongst each other and non-Calvinist Christians and less time evangelizing their world.
I don't want to just come out and say anything fully negative cause to be honest I am still pretty ignorant of the whole Calvinist movement and reformed theology. I start to wonder though if Calvinists don't become lazy Christians. There seems to be a Pharisee-like-vibe to the whole movement. For instance often If you speak out against any one of the sacred 5 points you will have fire raining down on you from those that are deep in the reformed theology movement. They are sometimes fierce debaters, almost mean at times.
I think it's possible that Calvin was 100% right. However it does not change the Great Commission, does it? Why should I reach out to the tribe in Africa if no matter what I do they will either be saved or not based on something that is pre-determined and finalized. I have always believe that God ordains everything that comes to pass, but I don't think it gives me the right to hang out with my Christian friends and ignore a lost world.
We should not use the 5 points of Calvinism to form clubs where all we do is debate our theology amongst each other.
From what little I know Calvinism has strengths and weaknesses. So why base your entire religious worldview around that one concept?
If my one of neighbors comes to me and asks me about Christ and the Bible, the last name I will mention to them is Calvin. Jesus is your first, last, and only hope, John Calvin cannot save your from your sins...I guarantee it.
Tuesday, December 04, 2007
Damien Rice -- Eskimo
That was the best concert I have ever been to in my life. We were smack dab in the front row. Just good all around. If I could I would post the song Rat Within The Grain or the Professor and blow you all away, however due to Damien Rice's oft foul mouth and the fact that this blog is rated PG, I cannot.
This might help you decide. Here's a picture of the band Trans Siberian Orchestra....