Oh man, two really good Naked Pastor cartoons


I’m going to let these speak for yourself. See below.

Perhaps you should become a fan of the Naked Pastor. He won’t mind.

I promise.

 

God as remote control: where I use god to tell you what to do!The pastor says, “Aren’t you thankful you don’t have to think anymore cuz I just tell you what to believe. “

 

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My argument stands: until conservatives and believers accept science, they won’t have a solid seat at the discussion table


 

After Ann Romney’s plane was grounded for a small electrical fire causing smoke to fill into her airplane, it was landed. No one was hurt.

In response, Mitt Romney opened his mouth and this came out:

“When you have a fire in an aircraft, there’s no place to go, exactly. And you can’t find any oxygen from outside the aircraft to get in the aircraft, because the windows don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that. It’s a real problem.”

Priceless.

A remedial understanding of science could make the Republican presidential candidate look like a goddamn genius.

Quote seen on Facebook. More everyWHERE on the internet.

 

Movie recommendations


#snl #saturdaynightlive

Over the past two weeks, we’ve watched a handful of movies. I thought I would pass along which ones and a quick yay or nay about checking them for yourselves.

Buck

Buck is a documentary about a horse whisperer. It’s a good way to spend an hour and a half. It won’t blow you away, but it won’t leave you feeling empty.

I talked a little bit about this movie before, and it makes a good case for how treating animals and people with respect and dignity goes a lot further than treating them like shit.

Carnage

Carnage  is a movie from Roman Polanski with Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly.

This is one of those way-homer movies. I was entertained, but the more I think about it, the more I liked it. I liked the performances. I liked its criticism of social etiquette, and how no matter how up-to-date you are on the liberal or conservative views of raising kids, things have a way of working themselves out without parental interference.

I give this movie a solid recommendation. It’s funny, tragic, nuanced, and boring … all at once.

My Afternoons with Margueritte

My Afternoons with Margueritte is a Gérard Depardieu picture in which he falls in love with a 95-year-old lady. Keep in mind, it’s not falling in love sexually. Depardieu is a country bumpkin who finds a love affair with words and literature through his friendship as well. It’s a solid little piece of work. At one hour twenty two minutes, you can’t beat it.

Plus, the French is beautiful throughout, and if you’re learning the language or need a refresher, Gerard reads slowly and somewhat enunciative. The script flows like a poem, and is fun to listen to.

An Invisible Sign 

An Invisible Sign is a pathetic little independent film with Jessica Alba. If you want to watch this movie, watch the trailer. It’s better, more intriguing and thoughtful than the entire movie.

The production lost its vision somewhere along the way. And it looks like it’s a cobbled pieced together movie of disparate chunks, re-shot scenes and a script that lent itself to no comprehensible concept.

It’s poorly acted, and — like I said — the nuts and bolts are in the trailer. So save yourself from wasting your time. Rent something else.

Saturday Night Live

I’m throwing SNL in the mix for a couple reasons.

Primarily, because I want to ream it a new asshole in its own post. But I don’t think it deserves that much of my precious time.

First, let me say, I’ve been a big fan of the show — through thick and thin — since I can remember. The current cast is not good. And some of the characters are pissing me off, and may prevent me from watching all together.

Jay Pharaoh is the THE worst hire in a long time. And he’s being pushed on us fans like Romney on the republican voting block. I hated him as a minor character, and now I loathe him for getting more airtime. I haven’t laughed at one of his jokes. He’s not funny. He’s pathetic.

Perhaps the best new hire is Kate McKinnon. At least she’s funny, and I can already tell she’s going to grow on me as a cast member.

Other shitty members are Nasim Pedrad and Taran Killam.

The veterans need much more screen time and the up-and-comers need less screen time and more observational experience or something. They suck. Meanwhile, the show suffers, because the older members are getting crappy roles and shitty writing.

Seth Myers and the news portion was probably the best part of Saturday Night’s show.

 

Unicycle Freestyle #devinsupertramp


It’s no mystery, I love these videos from Devin Super Tramp. And this one following guys doing unicycle tricks is no exception.

Wow. Just wow.

Do yourself a favor. Give the video a watch or two. You won’t be disappointed.

I also love the illustrative-style photography he is using to promote his videos.

Here’s one below for the video above:

Photo by John Rossi

What I don’t appreciate about Devin Super Tramp is that when he posted this photo on Facebook, the first comment was negative toward the photo. It said something like, “Love the concept, hate the photography.”

The comment was deleted.

I’m going to talk about this more, but the point of social media is the interactive quality of no-holds-barred commenting.

Okay, maybe not no-holds. But transparency and expression of opinion is key to a great social media campaign.

You might think, “Well, you’re such a jerk to some people who express their opinion.”

And you’d be right. I’m assuming that people don’t mind when I act the fool. If I retaliate to a comment, I’m hoping that the commenter can hold his or her own.

Or maybe I’m doing it wrong.

But I’m going to talk about this more soon.

What’s the best way to have fun and ridicule our own religion! Play Obozo’s America”


Have you heard of the new board game that’s all the rage?

It’s “Obozo’s America: Why Bother Working for a Living?”

It’s the best way to spend a Saturday night with friends — who all smell like you — while mocking the poor, the downtrodden, the ungrateful, lazy, incompetent, sick and undeserving people … you know all the ones Jesus helped out without asking them to work or pay for his healing, life-enriching, body-improving services.

“Obozo’s America” is on shelves now.

And for the cost sixty five Natural Lights served cold at your local watering hole of or a blow job with a local whore, you could be on the road to hours of fun.

The game is just $30 bucks.

The only drawback is that there are a lot of words on the game board. So be sure to invite cousin Jim who can read.

Spit-ding!

More about the game here at Christian News Wire.

Seen at JMG