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There Are No Words 06 Apr 2008

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Once again, I’m left speechless.

The Christian Wrestling Federation.

Yeah, beating the crap out of each other is good witnessing.

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What Would Jesus Wear? 07 Feb 2008

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Chuck Norris: Republican King-Maker 09 Dec 2007

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From WingNutDaily WorldNetDaily:

Actor and martial arts expert Chuck Norris has been canonized with Internet “facts,” such as, “They wanted to put Chuck Norris on Mount Rushmore, but the granite wasn’t tough enough for Chuck’s beard” – many of them available on The WND Forum called Chuck Norris Laughlines.

Now another can be added: When Chuck Norris makes a decision and writes about it in his WND column, three million people go along with him.

The difference is that this “fact” is grounded in reality.

Yep, they’re claiming that Mike Huckabee’s surge in the polls is due to Walker, Texas Ranger.

Alice Stewart, a spokeswoman for the Huckabee campaign, told WND that the Norris endorsement definitely produced results.

“He certainly had a surge with the endorsement from Chuck Norris,” she told WND this week, just after the same Rasmussen Reports confirmed Huckabee had moved into first among GOP candidates with 22 percent support. In second was Rudy Giuliani with 18 percent, and Mitt Romney, John McCain and Fred Thompson followed with 13, 12, and 9 percent.

“Obviously, we’re excited,” Stewart said. “It just goes to show that the message is connecting with the people.”

She said another surge came with the release of a Chuck Norris television ad with Huckabee. In it, Huckabee talks about his solution to enforcement of U.S. border laws.

“Two words,” he says. “Chuck Norris.”

*headdesk*

More Tackiness: Nativity Edition 09 Dec 2007

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The Cavalcade of Bad Nativities II.

I can’t believe they actually sell this stuff. Oh wait…I forgot the intended audience.

Sherri Shepherd Does It Again 05 Dec 2007

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Just a few months after she declared on national television that she didn’t know if the earth was flat or round, The View co-host Sherri Shepherd now shows that she’s iffy about history as well. She states that Christians predated the Greeks and Romans:

I wonder what she thinks “B.C.” on dates stands for.

Tacky Doesn’t Even Begin To Cover It 30 Nov 2007

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A Crucified Jesus Garden Trellis.

Jesus died for your climbing vines.

Need Some Stress Relief? 28 Nov 2007

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Try this.

Warning: it’s addictive, just like the real thing.

P.S. Try Manic Mode.

Global Warming: “Almost a Religion”? 21 Nov 2007

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It is, at least according to John Coleman.

That’s why I say it’s the biggest scam in history … because the media [and] the politicians have joined the cabal of scientists and environmentalists and turned this into almost a religion.

How, exactly, does the “cabal of scientists” practice their “religion”?  Do they meet on Sunday mornings in a room with the heat turned on full blast, wearing t-shirts and shorts and Birks, chanting and praying to Al Gore?   Is “An Inconvenient Truth” their holy book?

His Wife Is A Bitch. Literally. 19 Nov 2007

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Don’t let Rick Santorum get wind of this:

Man ‘marries’ dog to beat curse

An Indian man has “married” a female dog, hoping the move will help atone for stoning two other dogs to death.

P Selvakumar, 33, said he had been cursed since the killings, suffering paralysis and a loss of hearing.

The wedding took place at a Hindu temple in Tamil Nadu state. The “bride” wore an orange sari with a flower garland and was fed a bun to celebrate.

Superstitious people in rural India sometimes organise weddings to animals in the hope of warding off curses.