This is hilarious.
Before you complain about me using 75 percent of the slang word for poo, watch the video. I think you’ll wonder why I used the asterisk.
And this is why I have always turned down interviews with CBN, TBN, and the 700 Club.
More people should in my opinion. Do those types of shows sell books? Sure! Along with one’s integrity.
Well… you’re a part of the problem according to Pastor Anderson. I know Pastor Anderson, not personally, but I know him because he’s the carbon copy of all the pastors, assistant pastors, AND school teachers at the church and school I grew up in. Pastor Anderson is sort of a YouTube sensation. Ever since he preached against men who sit down to pee, he’s garnered an online following…
In the following clip, he reveals why he hates community churches AND his hatred of American Idol…
I do agree that this season of American Idol has been sinfully awful!
On a side note… if you can imagine this guy teaching you American History, then you can imagine what my American History class, taught by Mr. Davidson, was like…
Also… for a lesson on HOW TO SOUL WIN… watch this… AMAZING… lol
FRIDAY’S PERSON YOU SHOULD KNOW!
I’m starting a new blog series here at the blog: Friday’s Person You Should Know!
A positive series about good people.
And I’m hoping you might consider doing it too. Each Friday, post on your blog about a person you think people should know about! That person doesn’t have to be famous or pretty or especially talented–he/she just needs to be somebody who you love. It could be your Mom or your pastor or your doctor or the woman at the grocery store who is kind… OR it could be an artist or blogger or writer or painter or thinker… Just somebody who you think we should know!
Each Friday, come here and connect your FRIDAY’S PERSON YOU SHOULD KNOW to my blog. Perhaps in time we’ll be able to have a weekly collection of posts celebrating people! Good people. People who do positive things.
My first FRIDAY’S PERSON YOU SHOULD KNOW is…
What you should know about Amy: (From Amy’s bio…) With the July 2008 release of the independent follow-up to her 2005 EP, These Cold and Rusted Lungs, Amy Courts shows with effortless fluency that she is indeed here to stay. With her trademark impassioned vocals, captivating melodies, and audacious honesty, she ably takes on love, heartache, spirituality, and personal demons. Though her voice and songs invoke inevitable comparisons to great singer-songwriters like Jennifer Knapp, Patty Griffin, Derek Webb, and Sheryl Crow, her sound and experience are uniquely her own, and are delivered with a rare distinction.
What you should hear: Hold You Up (featuring Matthew Perryman Jones)
So… I realize this week might be difficult, but do you have a Friday Person You Should Know?!
If so, add your post below…Â
I suggest Donald Miller.