Soda Scriptura is the perfect choice for the biblically-minded soft drink lover. Use it to wash down a slice of pizza from Calvino's Calvinistic Cravings.the Ink Slingerwww.inkslingerblog.wordpress.com
I'll take three cases of this Soda Scriptura!
Will this be available at the convenience store or the Christian bookstore?
@Joel: Thanks, glad you liked it. :)
It goes well with PREDESTINARIAN PIZZA
@ ScribeGood one! You get five points.
You are listening to Top 40 Comment Tater Radio. Welcome back everyone. The race has changed dramatically since our last reporting……Constitution Girl left the race for a mere three days and went from holding first place to fifth. Our current winner is Joel The Immerser. Second is Michael Wright, and pulling into third is our venerable Stranger. Strange. Land, and the land, though strange, seems to be well turfed. The crowd is ever increasing and cheering the race on! In fourth place we have Truthinator, and as already mentioned, the undecided Constitution Girl has rejoined us in fifth. You are listening to the late night installment of Top 40 Comment Tater Radio, live from the Pacific Northwest.
@stranger.strange.land: Where can we find that pizza? Everyone wants to eat theologically sound pizza!
This is the best thing since RC Cola folks! The newest fad of Soda Scriptura is raging amongst church kids everywhere! Buy a bottle for your little budding theologian today!
Michael Wright said...@stranger.strange.land: Where can we find that pizza? Everyone wants to eat theologically sound pizza!There is a place here in the Mojave Desert called, Tony's Ultimate Little Irresistible Pizzeria. We locals call it "TULIP" for short.
stranger.strange.land wrote: "There is a place here in the Mojave Desert called, Tony's Ultimate Little Irresistible Pizzeria. We locals call it "TULIP" for short."Brilliant.
And the best part is, Soda Scriptura is naturally De-Finneyated....(Yeah, it's a stretch, but I tried)
When I'm in the area, I'll have to find that pizzeria.
@Michael: You'll have to tell me how the food tastes there. Does it have a doctrinal zing? A sound theological savoriness? Or does it just taste like pizza? :)
Some patrons with a refined sense of taste report a slight supralapsarian zing, especially with the anchovies.
@ Top 40 Comment TaterI am trying to picture this race visually in my mind from your calls, and I can't quite zone in. At first it sounded like it would be one time around an oval. Then they just kept running and it seemed more like a grand prix style. Now it seems more like Ground Hog Day.Maybe I am just getting too.......well, venerable.
@Stranger: So that's what the bad taste was...I didn't have anchovies, though.
Oh, I think a piece of anchovy must've accidently gotten onto your slice. I am strictly a pepperoni & mushroom man*, and I am sure that I detected a hint of "infra".*(Pepperoni & Mushroom Man is not a super-hero.)
@stranger.strange.land: Well, could be worse, could be an Armyraldist flavor to them. I don't care for the surpra personally, but hey, take what you can get.
"Not a superhero" Bwahahaha
Today we have a call-in guest, Mr. Craig Boyd. Welcome to the show. ” I am trying to picture this race visually in my mind from your calls, and I can't quite zone in. At first it sounded like it would be one time around an oval. Then they just kept running and it seemed more like a grand prix style. Now it seems more like Ground Hog Day.” Yes, Mr. Boyd, I was noticing that. I have to admit that I was forced to look up the movie to see what you were talking about, but I agree with you. I do not see any end to the race. Some of our contestants may tire, perhaps even drop out, but the race continues. ” Maybe I am just getting too.......well, venerable.” Honored was one of the options I got in the thesaurus, sir. You have been rated as one of the most witty contestants of our race. Ladies and gentlemen, this has been a chat addition of Top 40 Comment Tater Radio. Our guest is Mr. Craig Boyd, the Stranger on a Strange Track. Stay tuned.
I am honored by your comment. I was going for the usage of "venerable" that I thought most likely to get a laugh. (or at least, a smile : )
@Comment Tater Radio: Is there a chance of open-line Fridays?
Mr. Boyd:Oh, good, you took the word as it was supposed to. After you left your ‘venerable’ comment, I was a little worried that you though I was implying ‘aged’, when I certainly was not. :D And when I was relieved of that, yes, I did smile. (We are natural comedians here on the team at Comment Tater Radio)Mr. Wright: Absolutely. Open-line Friday, Saturday, or any other day that ends with “Y” we will be happy to oblige you if you like to call in.
@ Top 40 Comment TaterWell, I am going to become a grandfather later this year. In fact, next week we are going to see our little Becky who is going to be a little Mommy herself : )
Hmmmm. Idea for a new nom de plume? The Venerable Boyd (?)
stranger, take it from me, it's great being a grandfather! You'll absolutely love it! Congratulations to you and your wife (and daughter)!
Congratulations, Mr. Boyd! That's wonderful! "The venerable Boyd", now that's funny.