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Challenge to Youth Pastors and Christian Parents
08/16/13, 06:40

I grew up Catholic, and the thing about most (American) Catholics is, doubt is engineered into their faith from the beginning. You belong to a two thousand year old religion whose glory days are long past and not entirely glorious, you are taught a bunch of stuff (the Trinity, transubstantiation) that contradicts logic, and even the Pope concedes that the Bible can't be treated like a science text. So it's by no means a deal-breaker when you encounter a professor who introduces you to the Documentary Hypothesis -- whatever faith you still hold by that point is accompanied at all times by the awareness that some, most, or all of what you believe could be complete bullshit.

As much as TheologyMom is talking like she's a member of the fundamentalist community, she's actually being more subversive than anyone realizes (maybe even more thans she herself realizes). Fundamentalism is incompatible with the hard questions.
decapitated snake bites itself
08/15/13, 21:33

Why are you biting yourself? Why are you biting yourself? Why are you biting yourself?
Twilight Sparkle has an accident.
08/14/13, 16:04

Leprosy?
DAYS OF FUTURE PAST TRAILER LEAKED HD!!!!!
08/14/13, 09:18

Hugh Jwangman
The Late Great Planet Earth
08/14/13, 09:17

She may be Catholic, but she's an American, not a Papist.
The Life and Times of Jesus
08/13/13, 17:28

The Dream of the Rood:

http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/oecoursepack/rood/translations/hamer.html

In this Anglo-Saxon poem, the Rood (crucifix) narrates the tale of the crucifixion -- but Jesus is cast as a warrior battling sin, rather than an innocent victim to be sacrificed.

Then the young hero (who was God almighty)
Got ready, resolute and strong in heart.
He climbed onto the lofty gallows-tree,
Bold in the sight of many watching men,
When He intended to redeem mankind.
I trembled as the warrior embraced me.
But still I dared not bend down to the earth,
Fall to the ground. Upright I had to stand.
A rood I was raised up; and I held high
The noble King, the Lord of heaven above.

So the Anglo-Saxons were the first people (that we know of) to turn the crucifixion into a fight game.
The Life and Times of Jesus
08/13/13, 17:21

I have good news: Christians DID learn a lesson about graven images, from Islam no less. When Islam showed up and some Very Motivated Converts started conquering territories away from the Byzantine Empire, it caused a great deal of soul-searching among the Byzantines about what they were doing to piss off God. Many decided that the problem was graven images, and it turned into a decades-long battle between the iconoclasts (image-breakers) and iconoblasts (image-builders). Finally, the iconoblasts won out, with this theological justification: Christ was fully human, and one of the properties of a human is that he can be rendered artistically. Same goes for the Virgin Mary, saints, and so forth.
Breaking Bad - I Am The One Who Knocks
08/13/13, 14:53

"... I mean, Waltman!"
Breaking Bad - I Am The One Who Knocks
08/13/13, 14:52

It's probably a good thing that a bat, instead of a copy of this clip, flew into Bruce Wayne's study that night. "I am the one who knocks. I am the one who asks if anyone else wants the last slice of pizza. I ... am ... Batman!"
Breaking Bad - Gus and Hector
08/13/13, 14:50

Gus could be affable, he could be sociable, he could be reasonable and accommodating. But apparently he had been working for the Pinochet regime back in the day, and unlike Walt, he got into the drug game for no other (known) reason than profit.

A tiger may be a thing of beauty, but it will mess you up if it feels like it.
'Fed' Scrawled on Census Worker, Found Hanged
08/13/13, 12:53

According to Wikipedia:

"On November 23, investigators declared the death a suicide. According to reports, Sparkman, who had previously battled non-Hodgkins lymphoma, is suspected to have believed that his cancer had returned, and just prior to his death had taken out life insurance policies for $600,000 which would have been paid to his financially struggling son in the event of death and which would not pay out for suicide or death from cancer."
Fox News's Megyn Kelly v. Tucker Bounds
08/13/13, 09:26

According to Wikipedia: "He currently works for Facebook, in Menlo Park, California for its policy communication team." Poor Facebook.
Breaking Bad - Badger's Star Trek Script
08/13/13, 09:20

A dramatization of why people quit this site.

Not me, though; I want to hear the best part.
Breaking Bad - Walter White sings My Way
08/13/13, 03:27

Okay, I'm genuinely impressed that Boxxy can turn her body into a square.

Puts me in mind of Lila:

http://toobusythinkingboutcomics.blogspot.com/2011/08/on-jack-kirbys-omac-part-2-of-2-stay.html
Breaking Bad - Gus and Hector
08/12/13, 21:15

Buddy Hackett would have made an amazing Hector.
Breaking Bad - Say My Name Intro
08/12/13, 13:15

The part where Walt introduces Jesse as the second best meth cook on earth ... usually the show is subtle about plot points it's setting up for later, but this felt pretty blatant. It identifies Jesse as someone that Declan can go after if he ever needs a good meth cook, which is a jerkass thing to do if Jesse is trying to get out of the game. Not that Walt is much into doing nice things for Jesse, but this is a dick move Walt wouldn't even benefit from.
Breaking Bad - Half Measure Speech
08/12/13, 08:40

About Jessie's grandpa ... couldn't they have picked a better actor? I realize he didn't have a lot to do, but he kept mugging for the camera like he was in an Adam Sandler film. A little bit goes a long way, dude.
Breaking Bad - Half Measure Speech
08/12/13, 07:35

Wait, now they're saying Walt IS Heisenberg??? Way to throw some last-minute "Lost" bullshit at us, guys.

It's a little late in the game to be introducing new characters too, like that brown-haired guy with the beard who stole Heisenberg's ricin capsule (the one hidden in Walt's house). I suppose Heisenberg's going to have to kill him too. Excuse me, "Walt/Heisenberg" is going to have to kill him too.

This show's too full of crazy twists for the sake of crazy twists. They should follow a more straightforward narrative model, like "Superman" comics: for years it's been the adventures of Superman and his reporter pals (Jimmy / Lois / Clark / Perry), and it's done just fine.
Breaking Bad - Walter White sings My Way
08/11/13, 21:07

I don't find it dark and dreary so much as grounds for reflection. The basic question of the show is, what would you do in order to survive? I like to think that I've got some tremendous reservoir of principle in me such that I couldn't kill to save my own life, but the truth is, I'm pretty much untested, and there's nothing less reliable than principles that haven't been put to the test. Yet I know I've got primate instincts in me, so maybe I'd pick up a thigh bone and smash the other guy's skull.

Walt's got other problems beyond mere survival, such as pride that can never be satisfied. Not a huge issue for me, so I'd be more likely to take an "out" when one presented itself. But beyond a certain point, is there even such a thing as an "out"? Even bathroom literature can pull you back in.

Gotta wonder how much sense "Breaking Bad" even makes in countries where health care is considered a right rather than a luxury for the privileged. Oh well, January 2014 is on its way, and hopefully the Walter Whites will start being able to get the coverage they need.
Samurai Cop - The Horny Nurse scene
08/11/13, 18:07

Oh come on, how did you not find this:

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=26982

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