Here's a little blog-type entertainment for you, to keep ya busy while I work and do my Haiti research. From the comments in my previous post:
With all of the mind numbing "reality" tv out there you pick Sex in the City to rag about? So far the majority of complaints about the show have been with reference to morality. I have news for you. YOUR MORALITY IS NOT THE ONLY MORALITY UNDER THE SUN. The show is meant to be viewed by adults people. If you are that much of a leaf blowing in the wind that you're afraid that an HBO show will corrupt you, well then your "faith" is pretty weak. The show's dialogue was human and diverse which bothers most closed minded people whose general philosophy is that every character on every show should be a protagonist by their own personal moral standards. And Hitler would agree with you.
P.S. #1 "So says the lord" huh? Newsflash: Jesus was closest to what were considered the moral dreggs of society in his day. And do you know why? Because what it all boils down to is the least of us are the same as the most in the eyes of the Lord. Put the stone down sinless. Stop living out the stereotypes of the establishment church consenus and be your own Christian, ya'know like Jesus was when he bucked the system. Befriend a Samaritan today. Enrich your memorized life.
P.S. #2 If you depend on the History Channel to cut & paste all of what you will deem important then you are lost. And the span of your knowledge will depend upon the editorial tastebuds of whoever owns the History Channel. Read, young jedi, read.
P.S. #3 Most sitcoms feature flabby, out-of-shape, balding men in relationships with women who would normally be out of their league. Women usually must be attractive by the male standard to even work on television but you're not blogging about that are you? One pioneering aspect of the show is that it did not accept this chauvinistic standard of American network tv. Oh and chauvinism is a byproduct of religious fundamentalism too so stop being culture terrorists.
It's just TV people. How are your compulsory educated children doing in their joke of an American education system?
Let me guess...don't know...figures.
You should cut down on your caffeine intake or whatever stimulant it is that gets all of these erroneous assumptions raging in your head.
1. I hate reality shows, too. They were next on my list.
2. Hate and fear aren’t the same thing. They can exist for the same item, but they’re not the same thing. For example, I hate sweet potatoes, but I don't fear them.
2. My hatred of the show has nothing to do with my faith. I just found it to be dumb; depicting dumb women who were dumb about their sex lives.
3. So sayeth the Lord? Was there some invisible print in that particular post?
4. Mine isn't the only morality? No? Thanks for the hot news flash. Post yours on your own blog, if you can afford to do so. If it's logical and coherent, I might even link to it. However, my first impression of your ability to be either is not that great.
5. I haven’t watched the History Channel lately. Work, school and blogging, you know.
6. What does attractiveness have to do with what I said?
5. I don't have children.
6. Dude, I was just tired of seeing trivial crap on the news at a time when I wanted to hear about Iraq, Haiti, and the upcoming presidential primaries/election.
7. You’re darn near as obnoxious as I was a few weeks back while I was in the throes of nicotine withdrawal.
8. I pay for this band-width; therefore I will express my opinion on whatever topic that turns my fancy. If you don’t like my take on things, you know where the “door” is.
9. Stuff it.
AFTERTHOUGHT: Was that you in drag David? You know, the one with the curly blond hair with the black roots? If so, that would explain your rather rabid reaction to an innoucuous post. Calm down. You looked beautiful.