Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Good Reads/Random Cool Sites (7/12/2011)

Iraq War veteran: Whoever released the "Collateral Murder" video is an American hero.

Betty Ford, pioneer.

Strunk and White's Elements of Style: 50 years of stupid grammar advice.

Arizona state senator Russell Pearce, lead sponsor of Arizona's anti-immigrant bill, will face a recall election.

Doonesbury teaches Creationism in school.

Way to not get it, Spirit Hoods.

Don't let your 4-year-old have immodest shoulders!

Vincent van Gogh on Facebook and Twitter.

Superman: a transitional power source.

I think this is the funniest Mormon comedy bit I've ever seen. Maybe you have to be (or have been) a Mormon to get it, though.



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5 comments:

  1. I thought that the comedian was funny. But yeah, I reckon that you have to have some sort of LDS background to see and appreciate the humour. Almost makes me won't to turn up at a Sacrament Meeting. On second thought I'd rather gouge an eye out.

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  2. re. Sacrament Meeting. I meant to say 'want' not 'won't' - fraudian slip, I guess.

    Tax

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  3. Your brain couldn't bring your fingers to type that you want to go to sacrament meeting lol

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  4. The comedian was flippin' funny! But the story of the bare shoulders made me want to hit someone because I was just as stupid and deluded as that mother.

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  5. It's crazy. But even Bloggernacle blogs have been complaining about that one.

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