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@Joel the Immerser:Maybe I am Anonymous because I am a very famous person. Maybe I choose to remain anonymous because I am a criminal locked up behind bars. Nevertheless, you have raised the bar with your genius, sir. Now, us common folk will have to work that much harder to knock you off the top of the mountain of literary wizardry. For you see, wizardry has no place in a Calvinist type blog.
I'll TAKE that challenge!! Step aside, Joe, and weep into your latte.One day Rob Bell had taken a vitamin that made his pimples explode. He was scheduled for an interview with a Pnotoshop master who cancelled at the last moment, leaving Rob Bell crying like a baby in front of Rick Warren's manicurist.
Hahaha! Those were great.Also: I don't drink lattes.
Well, you need to start.
Who says?! Oh, wait...
@Anonymous:Maybe you is a famous criminal who is locked up behind bars.
Why is he locked up?
@Joel, that was pretty awesome. Rob Bell and photoshop, somehow they go together.
The Photoshop Interview of Pimple VitaminsWhen the man from Photoshop arrivedHe soon discovered to his delightA soothing beverage to be imbibedThat guaranteed success and the copyrightHe was there to get the story in an interviewOf how the televangelist kept his girlie shapeAnd discover the secret of his colorful hueWhich couldn’t be denied it was there on tapeThe secret is really one that is so very simpleHunting around the shelf for vitamins one dayHe found a bottle guaranteed to remove a pimple“Well, What heck he was heard to say?The TV preacher gave the interview to the guyFrom Photoshop and Calvinistic CartoonsTake your vitamins to keep a pimple on the flyAlways read C.C. or Zap! Pow! Alice it’s the moon
True RepentanceVitamins can't save from sinsThey call for stronger cureThe pimple of our putrid loveCan ne'er God's wrath endurePhotoshop can't cover upA heart that is impureSo interview your King anewRepent ... and rest secure!
Do you guys remember the song by REM called "It's the end of the world as we know it"? I have written a little ditty that has a similar tune... It uses related words out together in a sort of jumbled way... Brian McLaren, Rob BellUniversalism, no Hellreplace the Bible, PDLappearance fees, sell sellno hymns, praise bandnobody takes a standit's the Emergent Church as we know it and it feels fine... Mark Driscoll, soul patchcussin' preachers, there's a catchCalvinism?, no matchNeo-reformed?, down the hatchDoug Pagitt, what a shameEveryone's afterlife turns out the same?It's the Emergent Church as we know it and it feels fine... Rick Warren, on the moundJonas Brothers, provide the soundfelt needs, no Bible foundwhat happened to dinners on the ground?curve balls, to the flockAngel Stadium, God is mockedit's the Emergent Church as we know it and it feels fine...
@truthinator:I'll help you out by adding the four required words to the end of your ditty -Rick Warren, on the moundJonas Brothers, provide the soundfelt needs, no Bible foundwhat happened to dinners on the ground?curve balls, to the flockAngel Stadium, God is mockedit's the Photoshop interview as we know itit's the vitamin pimples and you show itit's the end of the song and I mow it and it feels fine...
Today on, Neo-Heretics Tonight.(Audience claps as host Cal Luther enters.)CL: "Rick Warren to offer vitamins to his church members! In one interview he said that the younger people of his congregation were aggravated at all the pimples they had. Well, "Rev." Rick decided to talk to more of his occultic doctor friends, like Oz, and found a cool vitamin that would help them out. It was only sold on a witchcraft website though, so he went and bought several bottles and photoshopped the retail logo out of the title and printed new labels... He says take two and call him in the morning. (Rim Shot.) (Audience laughs) "That's all for this segment, next we're going to have an interview with Rob Bell, who says his recent visit at Calvinistic Cartoons HQ was quite "smashing"." (Audience claps)
I was on my way home from the apothecary with a bag of vitamins recommended by a dear friend as the greatest cure ever for pimples, when I was approached by Martin Bashir, who asked if I would consent to an interview. I told him I would be in the studio tomorrow.I immediately went home and took a photo of myself, and used Photoshop to get rid of all of my pimples. At last, I was pimple-free, and didn't even need to take the vitamins.The next day I told Mr. Bashir how I had been healed of pimples, and showed him my picture as proof. He gave me a mirror. I looked in the mirror, and told him those pimples were not there because I no longer believed they were there. Again, I held up my picture as proof.Mr. Bashir continued to question me about my pimples, but I just held my ground through the interview, obviously making him to look the fool.Later that day, when I was alone at home, I did take some of those vitamins. Just in case.-The name of this person has been withheld for obvious reasons.
Oops! Forgot to title it...so just call it "Dear Diary"
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Remo:Get your own material...no coat-tailin', padner. ;-)Persis, Very funny!
@truthinator:"Get your own material"were not the 4 words required to enter your song of songs.I was just trying to help you "get in" to the club house.The club house of proper writing.
@Truthinator: Awesome!Good work, gentlemen.
@Remo:Requirements?! We don need no stinkin requirements!
Who-a's requirements you-a calling a-stinkin', m'n?
Here's my entry:Roses are redViolets are blueWho needs four wordsWhen none will do
Remo:Here's my point. My bit was Emergent oriented, right? Emergents do not follow rules... rules are confining.Voila! You missed my point but thanks for trying to help, i guess. Maybe everyone's work should stand alone and we submit our own? Who knows. Not following the rules is part of the joke...even though i admit that i also missed this in the beginning... ;-)Truthy