Thursday, November 19, 2009

Facebook Status of the Day

We've had another dearth of funny Facebook status updates, people. Perhaps I haven't been paying close attention, so I will give myself at least partial blame as well. The good news: people were funny recently! Please keep it up, and as always, submit contributions to me via my Facebook account, or in the comments section.

Facebook Status of the Day:
  • DN is worried that Sarah Palin's new book "Going Rogue" will overtake the Bible as the best-selling book of all time. To boost sales, the Pope will autograph any new Bible in Jesus' name. Bible must be purchased on or after November 17 ("Going Rogue" release date). During the signing, the Pope will also throw in a copy of the straight-to-DVD movie "The Flood: When God was a badass and killed people." Get yours now.

Runners up:
  • My son asked me, "Would you be sad if daddy fell out a window?" I said, "Well, yeah, sure I would be. But only if I didn't get to push him!"

  • MT was going to take the kids to get their Christmas pictures taken tomorrow. THEN my daughter fell in the playroom and got a rug burn on her face--I won't tell you where, but I'll tell you that she now looks remarkably like Hitler.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Separated at birth?

So, this is somewhat of a delayed reaction on my part, but when I saw U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on CNN today, it reminded me of what I thought the first time I saw him: "Wow, Oprah really IS that powerful. She got her long-time boyfriend Stedman appointed as Attorney General!"Eric Holder is on the left above, Stedman Graham is on the right. I still think Oprah must have something to do with this...

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Like taking candy from a baby...Jesus

So, I am making my rounds at Rite-Aid this evening, and I discover that the Christmas candy is out already. As if that's not disturbing enough, I come across these tasty treats:
Jesus Candy! Tastes like righteousness!
I am all for keeping Christ in Christmas, but commercializing Jesus rather than making Christmas less commercial is not the answer. I don't think God is co-signing this one.