Head First: Lovin' the YouTube.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Lovin' the YouTube.

As a non-cable-having person, I am aware that I miss a lot. But if I ever do get cable, Stephen Colbert will likely be the reason.

This is stinking funny:


It's funny because it pokes fun at the logic we often use to "prove" our faith.

8 comments:

dufflehead said...

you should do a search for "the daily show" and "lewis black" on youtube, also.

hillarity, yet sadness.

Kc said...

On a personal level this really is hilarious. For some inexplicable reason we all believe that the knowledge we’ve come to by grace through faith can only be imparted to others by reason through force and our arguments and efforts are illustrative of this brilliant premise.

The humor fades very quickly when a government body rises to this level of enlightenment.

Anonymous said...

i read down in your blog abit, wanted to ask you about your post titled "I never even got to the question".
you mention that you're reading Kiekegaard, and Shane Claiborne...i just finished reading the irresistable revolution, i don't think i'll ever be done reading Kiekegaard...so i'm wondering your thoughts, feelings, doubts and fears after the fact. have you yet sat down with just the gospels, by themselves, and allowed Christ to completely destroy you?

SocietyVs said...

My word verification says 'joyei', hahahahahhahaha.

That was some excellent commentary there and pure hilarity. I think it does drive the point home to be more rational about your faith and not to argue from 'god in a box' faith.

dorsey said...

"have you yet sat down with just the gospels, by themselves, and allowed Christ to completely destroy you?"

I have a mortgage, dude.

SocietyVs said...

hey where's your bro's site?

shelly said...

Not Dorsey, of course, but...

http://demerging.blogspot.com

Jeff's been having issues with GoDaddy. (I advise him to switch to Namecheap, personally.)

jeff said...

Hey guys. I'm tired of duking it out w/ godaddy. I'm gonna wait til the domain is released and then maybe I'll feel like blogging again.

Right now, I'm loving lurker-life. It takes up a lot less time & energy, plus it allows me to listen more and talk less...

(You guys are way smarter than me anyway)