Bob and Weave

Musings of an impostor. Welcome to the masquerade.

Surf’s Up 11-18-10

Posted by flyingbk on 11/18/2010

Well, it’s been a while. Here are some links for your browsage:

The NY Times does a nice Q&A with George Dohrmann, author of the book I recently reviewed.

IMO, the best show on TV is Terriers on FX. Every time I watch a new episode, I am blown away by how well-written and acted it is, and the hour just seems to breeze by. The sad thing is that absolutely no one is watching it (ratings indicate that about 500K watch each week, and that number is beyond abysmal). I blame the marketing and title of the show. Here’s a plea by a top TV critic to keep it around.

If you don’t know the sordid truths about Planned Parenthood, this release by the Family Research Council is a good read.  Here’s one telling tidbit that I read over at Bound4LIFE:

Carol Everett, formerly Dallas’ largest abortion chain owner and trained by Planned Parenthood, has explained the grand strategy of the industry. It builds on the methodology of gaining the trust of young people by offering secrecy and promiscuity via free/inexpensive birth control, and then banking on …their inevitable return when pregnancy occurs. Everett has even discussed how they would deliberately prescribe low-dowsage birth control to help ensure that pregnancies occurred. Carol said that their goal was to “get three abortions out of each of their girls by the time they graduated high school.” Their record was nine from one girl.

That may sound shocking to you ,but if you know how Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry at-large operates, I’m sad to say that it’s not a shock at all. Sigh. “Jesus, I plead your blood over my sins and the sins of my nation. God, end abortion and send revival to America!”

So, Sam Harris, a renowned atheist, recently put out this graphic that shows all the supposed contradictions in the Bible. Thus, a few ministry folk are putting the intellectual smackdown on him.

If you are a Christian, I challenge you to memorize more Scripture. There’s no reason why you and I shouldn’t be committing verse after verse to our brains. Here’s a good link to help us.

There was a time I used to watch the Daily Show with John Stewart. Then I got sick of the unfair, gratuitous shots he took at Republicans. I also find him to be a giant hypocrite; you can’t fall back on “hey I’m just a comedian” while wanting people to take your political punditry seriously. James Taranto explains what Stewart really stands for.

Finally, long live The Three Amigos! LGM.


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