On the way to Carbondale with Tina, Michael and Jason, I was trying to think of the 80s video in which the main guy’s wedding goes awry. The bride turns zombie, and the whole situation becomes a horror scene.
I couldn’t think of the song, and I knew if I called my brother he’d remember. I remember watching this video many, many times as a wee tot. To remind Jon what video I was asking about, I said, there’s a part where there at the church, and he’s being pulled by the leg. The guy grabs a piece of the pew and rips it off only to use it as an air guitar.
Of course Jon says, “Umm … is it “Our love’s in Jeopardy?”
Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on him.
John the Baptist as written in John 3:36
South Carolinians are sweet Christian folks, who want you to leave if you don’t believe like they do.
Ahhh, utopia. A place where everyone is the same.
Yeshua Fog™, you never cease to amaze me.
From ReasonTV | August 28, 2010
On August 28, 2010, Fox News host Glenn Beck held his “Restoring Honor” rally at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The aim of the event, explained the lachrymose TV personality, was to “come celebrate America by honoring our heroes, our heritage and our future.”
As the Washington Post reports,
“For too long, this country has wandered in darkness, and we have wandered in darkness in periods from the beginning,” Beck said, at times pacing at the memorial. “We have had moments of brilliance and moments of darkness. But this country has spent far too long worried about scars and thinking about the scars and concentrating on the scars.
“Today,” he continued, “we are going to concentrate on the good things in America, the things that we have accomplished – and the things that we can do tomorrow. The story of America is the story of humankind.”
Despite the presence of former Gov. Sarah Palin and many Tea Party trappings, the event was not political, or at least not in any conventional sense. Rather, the speakers called for bringing religion into the public square and using it as the guiding force in all aspects of American life.
Reason.tv was on hand to take in the day and talk with some of the thousands of people who showed up (crowd estimates were unavailable at the time of this writing, though the crowd felt thinner than the one at last year’s Tea Party rally). Most of the people we talked to were openly skeptical of politicians of both major parties and agreed strongly with the religious bent of the rally, often arguing that some sort of religious orientation was necessary for what that saw as a return to national greatness.
“What We Saw at the Glenn Beck Rally in DC” was shot by Jim Epstein with help from Josh Swain. Edited by Epstein and Meredith Bragg. Hosted by Nick Gillespie.
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Yesterday I mentioned that I was going to a wedding in Grand Rapids, MI last night. The wedding was pretty damn redneck. The couple is young. My cousin is 23, I think. The last time I thought I knew the bride’s age, I was corrected.
The weddings I’ve been to in Grand Rapids with my family are done on the cheap. At the wedding last night, they rolled the cooked pig up just outside the doors and let everyone gawk and take pictures. Then they pulled it apart and fed everyone.
But it’s a fun party and everyone had a good time.
I wanted to post this one picture from the wedding to give you an idea of the overall feel of the evening. This shot was the bride and groom leaving the church to go to the reception.