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(WWSB ABC 7)   Crist has flipped. Crist has risen. Crist may run again   (mysuncoast.com) divider line 23
    More: Followup, Charlie Crist, Democrats, Florida Governor, Suncoast, Vern Buchanan  
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2012-12-14 08:47:23 AM  
Reminds me when Norm Coleman made the flip to the darkside
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Even their plasticine smiles shows the vacancy light on behind their teeth.
 
2012-12-14 10:56:14 AM  
So is he straight now too?
 
2012-12-14 11:18:30 AM  
Oh, Charlie. If only you'd done this two years ago after the Tea Party unceremoniously gave you the boot, you'd probably be in the Senate now instead of Marco Rubio.
 
2012-12-14 11:19:01 AM  
There are worse guys to switch teams. Like Joe Lieberman or Arlen Specter.
 
2012-12-14 11:20:28 AM  

Mugato: So is he straight now too?


He's married, and she's fairly hot.

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2012-12-14 11:31:13 AM  

The Martian Manhandler: Mugato: So is he straight now too?

He's married, and she's fairly hot.

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Yeah, Mr. Bachmann is married as well.
 
2012-12-14 11:39:16 AM  
Nice spin on a tired headline cliche, subby. I haven't thought of the Memorial Acclamations since Catholic school.
 
M-G
2012-12-14 11:48:14 AM  

Uzzah: Nice spin on a tired headline cliche, subby. I haven't thought of the Memorial Acclamations since Catholic school.


I even read it in the sing-song way the priests use.
 
2012-12-14 11:51:53 AM  
His skin looks uncomfortable.
 
2012-12-14 11:56:23 AM  
came to tell the subby how awesome the headline was...
 
2012-12-14 11:56:35 AM  

Uzzah: Nice spin on a tired headline cliche, subby. I haven't thought of the Memorial Acclamations since Catholic school.


Oh Lord, I am not hungry, but if you insist I'll take a small salad.
 
2012-12-14 12:04:38 PM  

M-G: Uzzah: Nice spin on a tired headline cliche, subby. I haven't thought of the Memorial Acclamations since Catholic school.

I even read it in the sing-song way the priests use.


I was going to write it in that way but I figured people would just get confused

royalmunky: came to tell the subby how awesome the headline was...


Thanks! You're awesome too! (I'll sponsor you later)

/subby
//TF Fairy
///3rd really good headline in two days (grinch and diabeetus from yesterday)
 
2012-12-14 12:22:58 PM  
I chuckled, audibly. I hope this shows up in next years HOTY contest.

/terminally Catholic, also heard headline in plainchant in my head
 
2012-12-14 12:26:21 PM  
Liii-iiii-iiift up your hearts.....
 
2012-12-14 12:30:18 PM  

MasterThief: I chuckled, audibly. I hope this shows up in next years HOTY contest.

/terminally Catholic, also heard headline in plainchant in my head


I'm hoping I can squeeze some of the headlines from yesterday and today into the Q4 contests

but thanks!

/former Catholic, still can recite mass from memory
 
2012-12-14 12:35:12 PM  

somedude210: I'm hoping I can squeeze some of the headlines from yesterday and today into the Q4 contests


I thought as of last year, the contest was officially December 1 through November 30?
 
2012-12-14 12:37:26 PM  

somedude210: MasterThief: I chuckled, audibly. I hope this shows up in next years HOTY contest.

/terminally Catholic, also heard headline in plainchant in my head

I'm hoping I can squeeze some of the headlines from yesterday and today into the Q4 contests

but thanks!

/former Catholic, still can recite mass from memory


Unfreakable (guy who runs the contests) moved them so that they run from December to November. So the December headlines will go up next year.

/also, they got rid of this acclamation in the new translation of the Mass. :\
 
2012-12-14 12:43:03 PM  

MasterThief: somedude210: MasterThief: I chuckled, audibly. I hope this shows up in next years HOTY contest.

/terminally Catholic, also heard headline in plainchant in my head

I'm hoping I can squeeze some of the headlines from yesterday and today into the Q4 contests

but thanks!

/former Catholic, still can recite mass from memory

Unfreakable (guy who runs the contests) moved them so that they run from December to November. So the December headlines will go up next year.

/also, they got rid of this acclamation in the new translation of the Mass. :\


I thought it was december to december this year?
 
2012-12-14 12:47:10 PM  

royalmunky: came to tell the subby how awesome the headline was...

 
2012-12-14 01:10:45 PM  

somedude210: MasterThief: somedude210: MasterThief: I chuckled, audibly. I hope this shows up in next years HOTY contest.

/terminally Catholic, also heard headline in plainchant in my head

I'm hoping I can squeeze some of the headlines from yesterday and today into the Q4 contests

but thanks!

/former Catholic, still can recite mass from memory

Unfreakable (guy who runs the contests) moved them so that they run from December to November. So the December headlines will go up next year.

/also, they got rid of this acclamation in the new translation of the Mass. :\

I thought it was december to december this year?


Because of some headlines getting missed at the end of the year, it was announced last year that the contest would run December through November. That is why there was overlap between 2010 and 2011 as the second place headline from 2010 was from early December and was also included, and won, in 2011. This year there should be no overlap and this headline will be in the 2013 contest.
 
2012-12-14 04:47:32 PM  
Love this headline as someone who was raised Catholic and heard the original many, many times...
 
2012-12-15 08:52:13 AM  

TheSelphie: Love this headline as someone who was raised Catholic and heard the original many, many times...


Dang, I a Lutheran and even I heard the tune in my head as I read it.
 
2012-12-16 03:53:35 AM  

TommyDeuce: TheSelphie: Love this headline as someone who was raised Catholic and heard the original many, many times...

Dang, I a Lutheran and even I heard the tune in my head as I read it.


I think this is standard for most liturgical denominations. My mom did it as a Disciple of Christ pastor and still does it as a UCC pastor.

When I was growing up both Lutheran and Catholic, the main difference was the use of incense in the Catholic church. The Lutheran pastors had a better sense of humor about religion as well. But the main form difference was the lowered amount of ritual in the Lutheran service, most of the liturgy itself was word for word what the Catholic priest would say. But with minor word variations (do you use inclusive modern language in the creeds or the Lord's Prayer or stick with "classic" verbage?) you can go from one to another and know how most parts of the service are going to play out.

This is completely tossed out when there's contemporary or praise worship, or when dealing with non-liturgical traditions.

Did you know that across Christendom, every liturgical pastor or priest is reading from the same set of readings in the Bible? There are three years (A, B, C) and three sets of readings are provided for each year. The person leading worship chooses which of the readings, but it is the same selection regardless of denomination. I've always found this funny. Plus they swap sermons around like crazy, so many times essentially the same sermon is heard from a hundred pastors/priests/ministers in a hundred churches in a major urban area, just with personal anecdotes tossed in. My mom gets most of her sermons from a couple of websites set up as sermon exchanges.

I find the whole process humerous considering the violence that accompanied the schisms that today merely determine where your tithes go to.
 
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