Praying for a better world… Or not!
Oh dear. As is a habit I find hard to resist, I posted the following image to Facebook the other day. To which my nephew, the minister, couldn’t resist going off on a rant about. First claiming that, without Jesus, Dr. Convit wouldn’t have had the abilities he had, and then going on to claim that “Jesus is the reason for hospitals, universities, and the printing press.” He then posed the question “Why is it so easy to embrace resentment, anger, hostility, superstition, occult, and aliens, and yet we have such a hard time with people who live by love?” WTF?!?!
No, that title is not the lead-in to a joke, although I can certainly understand how those who know my views on religion might think so. No, that line is actually taken from the Twitter feed widget on The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell website, which was made in reference to the segment from last night’s show where Penn Jillette and Father James Martin teach America – and Congress – how to respectfully disagree on issues far more volatile than what the top income tax bracket should be.
If you’ve been as frustrated with the state of American politics as I’ve been, this video might just make your day too!😀
Originally posted on Beneath the Tin Foil Hat:
A huge tip of the tinfoil hat to The Onion for putting this one out on the intertubes. Wow. Just. Wow. By the way, somebody at the Onion owes me a new keyboard; I just drowned mine with coffee.
After seeing these wonderful images posted at the Always Question Authority blog, you know I just could not resist finding out where they came from!😀 (Click through the images to go to the original post)
Originally posted on Always Question Authority:
As soon as I opened the door and saw the two men standing there, each with a backpack, one holding a book and the other a magazine, I knew I should have ignored the knock. But it was a slow afternoon, so I thought I’d play along. Of course,…
I’ve mentioned, here and on other blogs, that I keep a Facebook account as a way to “loosely” stay in touch with family. I’ve also mentioned that I think one of the reasons for Facebook’s success is its ability to provide the “feel” of real social interaction without the messy “physical” components of real interaction…