Cherry's Blog

"The ways of the Lord are right; the righteous walk in them, but the rebellious stumble in them." Hosea 14:9b

Tuesday, April 06, 2004

It keeps getting more bizarre

Straight married male couples, huh? What next?

Snagging Samples with Skill

Here's some more humor for you. I chuckled as I read this one, partly because I've acted similarly when I walk by the pretzel lady at the mall. The Pickle Loaf Bologna Files gives you insider tips for free samples. I think I'll try tip C next time.

The Passion of Solomon?

The following is a satirical post from 2nd-Storey Window. I didn't know it was satire at first and kept exclaiming, "uh huh" and "no way" until I read that this was indeed just a joke. Phew! Enjoy.

Hugh Hefner to make sexy biblical epic.

Evangelical audiences who flocked to see Mel Gibson's graphic portrayal of The Passion of the Christ may get another eyeful when Hugh Hefner, on fire for God after a near-death conversion experience, releases his equally graphic The Passion of Solomon. Says the aging Hefner, "After a life as America's playboy, I wanted to use my gifts for Jesus and make a film that does for biblical sex what Gibson did for biblical violence."

This Passion promises to be no less controversial than the former. Critics question the film's R rating, suggesting that the film is little more than pornography. Hefner's response: "Yea maybe, but it's in the Bible. Bring the kids."

Feminists have labeled Hefner's vision of Solomon's exploits among 700 wives and 300 concubines a non-stop parade of mind-numbing misogyny. "Their problem isn't with me, it's with scripture," says an unrepentant Hefner. "Just be glad I didn't make a movie about Lot and his daughters in Genesis 19:30-38 - now that's some whack shinizzle!"

Thursday, April 01, 2004

Why My Children Will Not Go to Public Schools

This true news story should outrage all parents whose children attend public schools.

Comfort is not a Right

Mike S. Adams uses a bit of satire to remind us that comfort is not in the Bill of Rights.

Who's the Criminal? Who's the Victim?

A man who fatally wounded an armed intruder will serve eight years jail time. This is a UK story, but similar stories will pop up in the U.S., to be sure.

Saddam's Secret Stockpiles

Rashid, an Iraqi exile, claims that secret bunkers held chemical weapons.