I like this photo that we took a few weeks ago, but Tina really likes it.
I’d like to composite her into water or above water … or?
There’s an ethereal quality to it that needs to be exploited.
Must … make … brain … work.
The above video is one that’s circulating fast. And it should. It’s a four-year old from Indiana telling a congregation that there will be no homos in heaven.
Joe My God wrote:
Thanks to the web sleuthing of a JMG reader, last night we learned Indiana’s Apostolic Truth Tabernacle is where that four year-old child was filmed singing Ain’t No Homos Gonna Make It To Heaven. Shortly after I posted that repulsive clip, I was contacted by several media outlets, including CNN, who now know its source. Contact details for Pastor Jeff Sangl are at the first link and I suspect he is about to have a very interesting week.
Clearly, this is the best way to teach a child.
Clearly, this is a logical conclusion based on Biblical principles.
Clearly, the supposed moral bankruptcy of this nation is resting on the shoulders of those who perpetuate that their morality is superior whilst teaching children this bullshit.
If this is your love, I don’t want it.
To add insult to injury, you should read about the Kansas pastor who called on the government to execute homosexuals. Why? Because that’s what the bible says to do to them.
Pastor Curtis Knapp says:
“If there is a man who lies with a male as those who lie with a woman, both of them have committed a detestable act; they shall surely be put to death. They should be put to death. ‘Oh, so you’re saying we should go out and start killing them, no? I’m saying the government should. They won’t, but they should. You say, ‘Oh, I can’t believe you, you’re horrible. You’re a backwards neanderthal of a person.’ Is that what you’re calling scripture? Is God a neanderthal, backwards in his morality?
“Is it His word or not? If it’s His word, he commanded it. It’s His idea, not mine. And I’m not ashamed of it. He said put them to death. Shall the church drag them in? No, I’m not saying that. The church has not been given the power of the sort; the government has. But the government ought to [kill them]. You got a better idea? A better idea than God?” – Pastor Curtis Knapp, of New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca, Kansas.
If you’re a believer, what are you doing to help solve this? What are you doing to distance yourself from such awful displays of idiocy?
If you’re appalled, please explain yourself. I would love to know what you’re thinking.
You guys are all familiar with Becky F. and Luis V, aka Luis the Fifth, right?
You remember we shot their wedding last March?
Well, Tina and I are super stoked that the lovely newlyweds have made travel arrangements to stay with Tina and me in early July.
We’re going to paint the town red, or a red-like color, while they’re here. We’ll fatten them up with traditional, Chicago fare, like Chicago dogs and Italian Sausages. We’ll probably do lots of sight-seeing. I might even teach them how to dodge bullets in the area just north of our house.
It’ll be so fun.
I keep forgetting I wanted to show you the above before and after photos. See if you can spot the changes between the two images.
Times are booking up, so you better get your trip in to Chicago on the schedule soon.
Picture of a rabbit in a cup reads, “EWWWWWW, There’s a hare in my drink.”
Today’s Wednesdog is brought to you by Talulah and her boyfriend Tivo. Tivo is a chocolate Doberman who has a special way of making Talulah do the puppy-dog dance of joy.
You should see the way they wrestle. It’s so cute. And then, when you thought they couldn’t get cuter, Talulah and Tivo will walk up to one another and kiss each other, smackdab on the mouth.
Tivo is Bill’s dog. And since our studio is a dedicated area of Bill’s apartment, we like to give Talulah an assistant credit by bringing her on set. While I’m throwing direction at a model, Tivo and Talulah occupy themselves with a wrestle fest.
This is a shot Tina took from the back door during a load out.