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Friday, November 11, 2005

Black Friday

"Black Friday? I miss Ben."
Why? Let's see...

Arrested Development is only going to film 13 episodes this year, and that will end its run on FOX. You know, it is the greatest show on TV right now. You know that, don't you? Only 8 more episodes and it's probably gone forever, unless some other network picks it up. I guess I can't blame FOX for cancelling it -- the ratings are abysmal. I blame America, the supposedly sophisticated country with the supposedly well-developed sense of humor. But you can't force America to watch anything they don't want to. Gosh, this is horrible news.

Also, noted and frequent American embarassment Pat Robertson has implied that Dover, PA no longer has the right to ask for Divine protection against disaster, since they voted out a pro-Intelligent Design school board. Way to muddle the issue some more, there, Pat. ID proponents have a hard enough time explaining that it's not a Christianity vs. Science issue without a Prominent Christian Windbag going on TV and claiming that it is. This reminds me of the time a drunk Axl Rose came out as pro-life at some awards show in the late 80's/early 90's. You know, there are some celebrity endorsements you just don't need.

Pat Robertson needs to stop talking. Period. (.)


  • At 5:12 PM, Blogger pete said…

    Didn't Pat violate divine law by calling for an assassination? Maybe he no longer has the right to divine protection. What if he moved to Dover? Would that mean the anti-christ would be born there?

    Oh wait..darn it! I forgot all about grace. That God of the Bible will probably up and forgive Dover just like he did Ninevah. He is soo consistent, that way.

    Doesn't grace always spoil the best judgments! (including mine)

    HOw can Pat be a Christian and never forgive and never love? Sould we mail him a Bible?

  • At 9:28 PM, Blogger Mike Pape said…

    I think mailing him a Bible's a great idea, but he would point out that he does love those who love him and agree with him, and isn't that enough?

    If Pat moved to Dover, they would be back under divine protection, and that would clearly be a waste of God's love.

    I could go on and on with this.


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