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Dec. 2nd, 2004 06:45 pm (UTC)
I just told Mom about that! d00d, sibling synchronicity! c00l.
Dec. 4th, 2004 07:18 am (UTC)
Homosexual agenda?
Most gay guys I know have problems assembling a smiple to-do list. :)
Dec. 4th, 2004 09:26 am (UTC)
Re: Homosexual agenda?
There is a "homosexual agenda." You just have to realize it isn't homosexual people who have it...

Why else would so many people have dealing with homosexuality on their agenda?
Dec. 5th, 2004 06:44 am (UTC)
Re: Homosexual agenda?
Now, see, using Middle School Logic, which, incidentally, I still have to deal with occasionally (a lot of old-school Catholic conservatives at CUA--who'd have thunk it?), that would make THEM gay.

Entertainment time! Imagine the guys on the Sunday morning talk circuit didn't have to play nicely...

Tucker Carlson: It's all about the homosexual agenda, which is blah, blah, blah...

George Stephanopolos: Really, Tucker? Hm. Interesting. How would YOU know?

Tucker: What?

George: I mean, how is it you're privy to the homosexual agenda? Is it perhaps because you yourself are [dramatic music]...GAY?

Tucker: [head explodes]
Dec. 5th, 2004 11:02 am (UTC)
Re: Homosexual agenda?
I recently made a bible literalists head explode because he was complaining about creationism vs evolution, and I tossed at him an argument he'd never heard before: take a look at the world that's described by Genesis. It's a piece of land floating on water with a firmament holding back waters above. Then I told him this model wasn't useful in Meterology. So, I asked, if the bible is True, but it describes a world that doesn't match our observations, could that mean there are different kinds of truth? Could creation be a... parable? I mean, nobody wants to find the name of the famer who threw his seeds everywhere, even on rocky ground. Everybody KNOWS that farmer doesn't exist, that the seeds are really US and Jesus is the famer. So maybe creation is a parable and we need to look for the symbolism.

He got very thoughtful and said he had to mull this over. I made him THINK! Yahoo!
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