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len on January 25th, 2008

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len on January 3rd, 2008

John La Grou points to a new website dedicated to Christvertising. One of those coffee snorting experiences, satire at its best. iMonk points to an article in Slate Magazine on the shiny, happy world of Joel Osteen. It’s true that I don’t link this kind of writing very much; maybe I’m a little too much […]

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len on December 21st, 2007

Er.. wha…? Earlier this year… or was it last year.. I dunno I turned fifty in May and the years increasingly blend together… Anyway, at some point the recent past I got playing with some Berkeley Breathed cartoons, inspired by that tireless trickster Robbymac. Besides, I’m trying to take life a little less seriously.. on […]

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len on November 19th, 2007

Wow. A friend sent me this link. It’s a bit on the heady and verbose side for a cartoon.. but it does get the point across. I’ve only read the first in a very extensive series, so have fun looking around. “The Sheep Comics at Sheepcomics.com are a series of comic strip episodes that tell […]

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len on September 6th, 2007

Illustration by Darryl Brown.. This great cartoon found at Geez Magazine. Check it out along with the sample articles.. Geez Magazine

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len on September 6th, 2007

HT to Bro Maynard .. “In January of last year, the Society for the Promotion of Individualized Theologies (SPIT) announced the publication of the New Conservative Bible and the New Liberal Bible. Now, scarcely a year and a half later, SPIT has returned with revised versions of both translations. The New American Conservative Bible (NACB) […]

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len on July 14th, 2007

A hectic week attempting to get a long overdue software project out the door. Inevitably, a few final delays to deal with. But hey.. what’s really important anyway? The big things are rarely as important as we think, the small stuff often has long lasting impact. Our perspective is usually skewed and sometimes its healthy […]

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len on April 27th, 2007

It’s all about metanarrative.. and the metanarrative of Madagascar pales before the Mn of Bloom County. The imagined world of Berkeley Breathed is a lens that was hilarious.. alternative.. and poignant. Who doesn’t recall the hilarious and broken down “Bill the cat?” Who can shrug off the foibles and soft-hearted dreams of Opus the penguin? […]

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len on January 8th, 2007

Congratulations on your new post. I hope you realize the honor that Our Father Below has bestowed on you, untested as you are. In the past, when a new Branch has needed to be opened, He has left it to experienced tempters He knows can be trusted to follow established protocol through to success; however, […]

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len on November 15th, 2006

Jason borrows from Cynthia Neilson a tongue-in-cheek (ooops, another double entendre) post considering the kiss through the world of philosophers and theologians… “Aristotelian kiss. A kiss performed using techniques gained solely from theoretical speculation untainted by any experiential data by one who feels that the latter is irrelevant anyway. Hegelian kiss. Dialiptical technique in which […]

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