Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Freeper Bait

An anonymous correspondant made this comment on our diary on "What's in the Bible?":

Nothing like a little revisionism.

Since we've been reading and appreciating Jesus' General lately, we thought we might respond in the General's style:

Dear Anonymous:

Good on you for masking your true identity while challenging this evil false teaching.  You never know what those sissified French Christ-haters might do to you if they got ahold of your e-mail address.  

And you wouldn't want to actually dialogue with them!  Heavens, no!  They might somehow subvert your true manliness.  Before you knew it, you'd be reading Marcus Borg and shopping for cheap, poorly-made furniture at some Swedish megastore.

Commenting anonymously is the safest strategy.

Yours in Intelligent Design,

Pastor Dan.

At 4:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey genius, if you don't like anonymous comments, don't allow them. doesn't it feel weird to be some blindingly dumb?

At 6:48 PM, Blogger AlphaGeek said...


Regardless of what the heathens at may say, the word 'dialogue' should not be used as a verb. Doing so shows a lack of imagination on the part of the writer, particularly when such a spectacular array of actual verbs may be used in place of 'dialogue'.


The Blog Language Police

PS: We like reading Jesus' General too. We are not at all surprised that you find his writing worthwhile.

At 9:42 PM, Blogger pastordan said...

Sigh. We don't know which is worse...



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