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“Graffiti is bad. Go play sports.”
The Man and I got Community season 5 from the library this past week and we’re so happy that it’s as good as the other seasons. We’re big fans. The blog post title comes from their take on G.I. Joe … Continue reading
Posted in culture Tagged community, entertainment, geeks, libraries, nerds, tv 2 Comments
So, who’s going to watch Atheist TV on July 29th, 2014?
What is it they’re offering? the channel will broadcast 24 hours, mostly with licenses and pre-recorded content, such as documentaries by the Richard Dawkins Foundation as well as a talk show titled “Atheist Viewpoint” and a call-in show, “Atheist Experience”. … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, tv Tagged atheism, Atheist TV, education, entertainment, tv 2 Comments
Reality TV picks the next Jesus
Back in university I’d heard the music but it wasn’t until the Man confessed his great love for Jesus Christ Superstar that I finally sat down to watch the production. I think if it ran in the city at some … Continue reading
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Old news: Lady Gaga is evil; South Koreans beg God to intervene
Lady Gaga had a concert set up for Seoul back in April but the Korean Association of Church Communities hoped God could do something about that. It’s vital he save the children of South Korea from “being infected with homosexuality … Continue reading
Posted in culture, In the Media, religiosity Tagged entertainment, faith-based delusion, lyrics, music, prayer 1 Comment
Old news: kids suspended for Tebowing during school hours
Tebowing, if a definition is needed, is the practice of behaving the way Tim Tebow does when he prays during his Denver Bronco football games, obvious and down on one knee as if being watched by an audience is the … Continue reading
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Less than 3 months away..must be time for War on Christmas!
The most recent casualty, at least going by the Daily Mail, is a release of Thomas the Tank Engine on DVD: The team behind the much-loved children’s TV series has angered campaigners by setting a story during the ‘winter holidays’. … Continue reading
Posted in consumerism, culture, In the Media, religiosity Tagged Christmas, consumerism, controversy, entertainment, holidays, religion 2 Comments
I may have to see Green Lantern after all
I don’t know why I go to comic-themed movies when I never read the comics in the first place but action is action and they tend to be fun. Now, I’m intrigued on a completely different level, though; I found … Continue reading
Posted in consumerism, culture, funny business, In the Media, religiosity Tagged bible, entertainment, faith-based delusions, god, money, movies, satire, skepticism Comments Off on I may have to see Green Lantern after all
Clowns are creepy enough. Clowns for Jesus?
The 26th annual Show Me Clowns for Jesus National Conference runs this weekend in Springfield, Missouri. It’s not just clown training for those who want to buy themselves some and dazzle the kiddies with their balloon twisting prowess, it’s clown … Continue reading
Posted in funny business, religiosity Tagged clowns, entertainment, faith, jesus 6 Comments
So, Folkfest is running in Saskatoon
It’s a yearly city ritual to showcase the food, entertainment and general culture of countries around the world. Last night I ate food from Hungary and listened to some traditional music from there. Then I popped over to the Asia … Continue reading
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Did Doctor Who get younger because people don’t trust old people anymore?
I don’t know why this came to mind today, but I’m wondering. The first Doctor, William Hartnell, was not a young man. The character was a grandfather who dragged his own granddaughter and her teachers on these wild adventures. He … Continue reading
Posted in culture, tv Tagged actors, age, culture, Doctor Who, entertainment 5 Comments