I’m sick. Don’t blame me. I will crawl from my death bed for fun, but not today. [coughsneezecough]
Contrary to what you all said about me yesterday, I can be, and am a fungi fun guy! Hope you get better, TCR. I’m a bit better today, so the road to recovery is out there to be found. Chin(s) up, you’ll get better!
Not too much fun today. I think everyone is lethargic from the time change, or PMS, or just plain sick. Our friend Jesse Jackson is here via video, however, to entertain the troops with his brand of stoopid!
Which one is the toothpick?
Watching THE BIBLE. It’s pretty good.
And to rebut Barbara Nicolsi’s joke about the “sin of sodom” being “lame partying”, I’ve seen worse in Sunday school. Far, far worse.
The one I saw in Sunday School also had the Angels shooting low-budget lightning bolts from their hands in the style of Emperor Palpatine. So, the Samurai Angels* were a bit of a plus. And better than the sweet little cherubim babies I’ve usually seen in takes on Angels.
So, I grade it a B so far. C+ at worst.
*Samurai, NOT Ninja, Fritz!
I’m not up on my Oriental culture so I guessed wrong.
Eh, that’s ok.
Personally I thought that scene was silly but awesome.
Also, Daniel Crandall mentioned Barbara Nicolsi’s sarcastic comment that “Sodom’s sin wasn’t homosexuality, it was a lame partying.” (more or less)
Now, I may be wrong, but if having rampant homosexuality signs a city off for destruction then Sparta and Athens should’ve been blown to bits long before they reached their zenith. In fact, most pagan societies condoned homosexuality in some form or another (but no through marriage, more of in men proving their masculinity by buggering anything with a hole in it).
And when the Bible describes a city as being so “wicked” that God decided it need to be wiped completely off the map, then I figure there must have been more than homosexuality. I figure they must have been REALLY bad.