The amount of foolishness that emanates from American Christianity never ceases. Or ceases to amaze.
The AFA (American Family Association) is zealously guarding the Christmas season, convinced that saying “holiday” instead of “Christmas” is leading people away from Christ.
They’ve taken the time to compile a list of companies that use the word “Christmas” in their seasonal advertising.
If the Grinch were on this list, he’d be in the green section. He used the word “Christmas” all the time.
I can’t tell whether this was actually performed by a church, or some sort of parody.
A full body dryer and a pumpkin tap. They sure know how to read my mind.
I wonder how those body driers work. We’re probably all familiar with those hand driers in public restrooms, which all rely on the same routine:
1. Press the button.
2. Rub hands in the stream of hot air.
3. Wipe hands on pants.
But if you’re walking out of the shower, you presumably aren’t wearing any clothes. So what are you supposed to wipe your body against? This is kind of confusing.
You are Beverly Crusher
|An Expendable Character (Redshirt)|
|Leonard McCoy (Bones)|
|James T. Kirk (Captain)|
A good physician and a caring parent.
You are devoted to your children
and to your occupation.
Click here to take the Star Trek Personality Quiz
Amazingly, I have never seen “whole wheat” misspelled as “whore wheat” on an Asian food package.
And both these packages spell “alimentary” correctly. Yet, it is a treacherous ordeal to spell “pasta” correctly.
About a year ago, the grocery and restaurant Mr. Chen’s opened up in our local. The paucity of Engrish products is frankly disturbing, but I finally noticed a few samples appropriate as Monday Fighter!’s.
Little known fact: the extinct dire wolf chowed down on these tasty fruits, and we can enjoy them today…
Don’t laugh. Pokemon are just one step on the path to Satan worship.
Oh, I get it. A bunch of college football programs decided to switch uniforms for September 21! Hilarious!
(From Fox Sports)
Venezuela’s government has taken control of a facotry in order to battle a shortage of toilet paper. Some would take this as further evidence that government price controls aren’t usually a sound economic policy.
Whatever the reason, it looks like Venezuela’s economy has been…(puts on sunglasses)…going down the drain.
Source: Venezuela orders temporary takeover of toilet paper factory
Don’t you DARE tweet the word “ho-hum”!
And, yes, I’m quite satisfied at Baylor football so far this year.