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2011-03-25 1:04:29 AM  
Ok, that was actually pretty awesome.

/I F you, subby
 
2011-03-25 1:12:14 AM  
Holy shiat. Literally.

"F- yo mama!"
 
2011-03-25 1:45:00 AM  
In the NAME OF JESUS, beotch!
 
2011-03-25 7:28:51 AM  
Well f yo momma too!
 
2011-03-25 10:38:32 AM  
I would go to church if it was always this. Not what I was expecting, but pretty farking cool.

Adding a little humor to a good message would get rid of a lot of the problems in modern religion (and modern atheism, come to think of it).
 
2011-03-25 10:39:33 AM  
That cant be a church. Church is about judging others, feeling superior, and tithing, lots and lots of tithing.
 
2011-03-25 10:40:02 AM  
That was forgiving stupid!
 
2011-03-25 10:41:18 AM  
Ha, good laugh and got the message across.
Forgiving WIN.
 
2011-03-25 10:42:36 AM  
...yet he still can't pronounce the word "ask."
 
2011-03-25 10:42:54 AM  
Jesus farking Christ. Church, especially this kind of evangelical/pentecostal/ecstatic church, is fascinating to me. It's a shame that an essentially sound message gets obscured by the mystical, magical aspects of religion...
 
2011-03-25 10:43:58 AM  
"F all y'all."
 
2011-03-25 10:44:12 AM  
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2011-03-25 10:45:35 AM  
When I was going through RCIA at the church I would eventually get married in, we had a young priest - Fr. Titus. A very intense, very dynamic man but boy did he get on the wrong side of the older members of the congregation.

One of his biggest pet peeves was folks who came to mass only receive communion and would then leave.

One Sunday he was up on the dais and kind of went off about it and about people who gave lip-service (don't go there!) to their faith but little else. He had a bunch of little prayer cards with prayers for various things and went on about people who thought that because they said this particular prayer, they could check that box off, etc... and ended up throwing the entire stack of prayer cards up in the air and walked off the dais in disgust.

It struck a chord with the congregation. The younger crowd thought it was great, that he'd really made a point. The older folks, not so much.

Sadly, Fr. Titus didn't say mass again after that and was transferred out of our parish shortly thereafter.

It was something to see, though.
 
2011-03-25 10:45:53 AM  
Okay, it was entertaining, but it doesn't really make sense. When you say that something is "the new f-word," aren't you saying that something is the new forbidden word? It sounded initially like he was telling people that they should NOT forgive people.
 
2011-03-25 10:46:53 AM  
That was absolutely, positively fantastic, thanks Subby.

/stolen, linked, forwarded, etc
 
2011-03-25 10:47:40 AM  
Say Whaaa?

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2011-03-25 10:49:50 AM  
Between the wonderful message that Drew's grandfather gave last year and this, how sad is it that I discover more spiritual upbringing on Fark than I ever did in an actual church?

/F all 'yall! :)
 
2011-03-25 10:50:30 AM  

Andulamb: Okay, it was entertaining, but it doesn't really make sense. When you say that something is "the new f-word," aren't you saying that something is the new forbidden word? It sounded initially like he was telling people that they should NOT forgive people.


Are you seriously that dense?
 
2011-03-25 10:52:24 AM  
The original FU tv preacher. NSFW language. Link (new window)
 
2011-03-25 10:53:59 AM  

TeamTJ: ...yet he still can't pronounce the word "ask."


ahhh yep
He opens with "What should be our corresponding question?" "I'm glad you axed."
 
2011-03-25 10:54:54 AM  

Andulamb: Okay, it was entertaining, but it doesn't really make sense. When you say that something is "the new f-word," aren't you saying that something is the new forbidden word? It sounded initially like he was telling people that they should NOT forgive people.


Life must be a party if you love semantics that much.

Not a birthday party, or retirement party. Just regular type.
 
2011-03-25 10:56:17 AM  

Tsar_Bomba1: Say Whaaa?


/oblig
 
2011-03-25 10:56:24 AM  
The next time someone says "F-You" to me I am responding, "I forgive you too."

If that doesn't end the argument nothing will. Great sermon.
 
2011-03-25 10:57:38 AM  

misanthropologist: Jesus farking Christ. Church, especially this kind of evangelical/pentecostal/ecstatic church, is fascinating to me. It's a shame that an essentially sound message gets obscured by the mystical, magical aspects of religion...


====

You should visit a good church in your area this weekend. There is quite a bit of practicality in modern services. Yes, we believe we can communicate with our creator through prayer, but we also know we have to take action to resolve our issues.
 
2011-03-25 10:57:58 AM  
Ain't that some shiat.
 
2011-03-25 10:58:37 AM  

itsfullofstars: That cant be a church Fark. Church Fark is about judging others, feeling superior, and tithing, lots and lots of tithing $5 at a time.


FTFY
 
2011-03-25 10:59:28 AM  
Priest: Billy, Bend over.
Billy: Why?
Priest: I'm going to 'forgive' you real hard for the next hour or so!
 
2011-03-25 11:00:53 AM  
Came for Cee-Lo.

And if there's anyone from The Bugle podcast checking in...

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F*ck you, Chris.
 
2011-03-25 11:01:19 AM  
Came for Ceelo.

Leaving crazier.
 
GBB
2011-03-25 11:01:28 AM  
CSB, I used to work in retail and on a particular night, I got a call from another store where management had to leave the closing of the store in the hands of a part timer who was instructed to call me so I could walk him through the closing procedure on the register. It was a complicated series of F-key functions, probably about a dozen or so. Well, the next day he tells the manager how it went, the manager told the District Manager, who told the Regional Manager, who told his VP... all because they wanted to commend me for helping out during what ended up being a crisis for that manager who left early.

A week or so later, the District Manager visits and procedes to explain why he had to fight to keep me from being written up. He goes on to explain a phone call he got from a very irate President of the company who was extremely upset that when another associate had called me for help, my response to him was all "F-this, and F-that".

/Bassethound
 
2011-03-25 11:02:09 AM  

DVDave: TeamTJ: ...yet he still can't pronounce the word "ask."

ahhh yep
He opens with "What should be our corresponding question?" "I'm glad you axed."


Can anyone explain why African-Americans use "axe" instead of "ask"? Does it originate somewhere? The South or something?

Also why do Brits pronounce "advertisement" & "aluminium" & "comparable" all weird & stuff?
 
2011-03-25 11:02:58 AM  
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CUT THAT BIATCH OFF!
 
2011-03-25 11:03:14 AM  

CatJumpJohn: I would go to church if it was always this. Not what I was expecting, but pretty farking cool.

Adding a little humor to a good message would get rid of a lot of the problems in modern religion (and modern atheism, come to think of it).


What on earth is "modern atheism?"
 
2011-03-25 11:05:25 AM  

Jackpot777: Came for Cee-Lo.

And if there's anyone from The Bugle podcast checking in...

F*ck you, Chris.


Ha, when I clicked this link I was hoping for just a big, drawn out John Oliver-style F*********************CK, YOOOOOOOOUUUUUUU. Bugler minds think alike.
 
2011-03-25 11:06:09 AM  

cYn21: CatJumpJohn: I would go to church if it was always this. Not what I was expecting, but pretty farking cool.

Adding a little humor to a good message would get rid of a lot of the problems in modern religion (and modern atheism, come to think of it).

---

Narcissistic Personality Disorder?


What on earth is "modern atheism?"

 
2011-03-25 11:07:57 AM  
awesome...f-n a right!!
 
2011-03-25 11:08:07 AM  
The church we went to when I was a kid had a kind of quirky pastor. One time he started out with "Sometimes I wonder things like 'God, why did you make possums so they completely explode when a car does so much as just touch them? What was that all about?'"
 
2011-03-25 11:10:52 AM  

cYn21:
What on earth is "modern atheism?"


Using computer software to not believe in a god.
 
2011-03-25 11:11:47 AM  
Obviously, he saw the congregation drivin' 'round town with the God he loves.

/seriously, though, awesome vid, and a good message.
 
2011-03-25 11:14:42 AM  
Pretty creative, I liked it.
 
2011-03-25 11:16:19 AM  
The Spoony Bard

Can anyone explain why African-Americans use "axe" instead of "ask"? Does it originate somewhere? The South or something?

Also why do Brits pronounce "advertisement" & "aluminium" & "comparable" all weird & stuff?



2/10 you are stupid. that is why.
 
2011-03-25 11:17:20 AM  
Black people church be crazy.
 
2011-03-25 11:17:53 AM  

FunkOut: The church we went to when I was a kid had a kind of quirky pastor. One time he started out with "Sometimes I wonder things like 'God, why did you make possums so they completely explode when a car does so much as just touch them? What was that all about?'"


LOL. See, I love stuff like that. We're fortunate to have a very quirky pastor and several quirky priests at our church. Our pastor, Fr. Tom, frequently will have a deacon deliver the homily while he dresses up in some costume or other and do a little skit to help illustrate the point of the gospel reading. He will sometimes bring one of his dogs into church, we have canaries in the church, etc...

One of our other priests, Fr. Frank, is from one of the slavic countries and has a wonderfully thick accent. He always ends mass with a joke and they are always bad jokes. So bad that you have to laugh at the sheer badness of it.

This is the ONLY church where I actually look forward to going to mass.
 
2011-03-25 11:18:47 AM  
What should be our corresponding action? I'm glad you img857.imageshack.us.
 
2011-03-25 11:19:10 AM  

Ghastly: cYn21:
What on earth is "modern atheism?"

Using computer software to not believe in a god.


"Who's got two thumbs and is biatching that Christmas was stolen from a pagan holiday on her iPad??" :P

/I kid. I don't have an iPad
 
2011-03-25 11:20:12 AM  

cYn21: CatJumpJohn: I would go to church if it was always this. Not what I was expecting, but pretty farking cool.

Adding a little humor to a good message would get rid of a lot of the problems in modern religion (and modern atheism, come to think of it).

What on earth is "modern atheism?"


A great name for a shiatty band.
 
2011-03-25 11:20:45 AM  

DVDave: TeamTJ: ...yet he still can't pronounce the word "ask."

ahhh yep
He opens with "What should be our corresponding question?" "I'm glad you axed."


While the pronunciation /aks/ for ask is not considered standard, it is a very common regional pronunciation with a long history. The Old English verb áscian underwent a normal linguistic process called metathesis sometime in the 14th century. Metathesis is what occurs when two sounds or syllables switch places in a word. This happens all the time in spoken language (think nuclear pronounced as /nukular/ and asterisk pronounced as /asteriks/).
 
2011-03-25 11:25:41 AM  

digitalrain: When I was going through RCIA at the church I would eventually get married in, we had a young priest - Fr. Titus. A very intense, very dynamic man but boy did he get on the wrong side of the older members of the congregation.

One of his biggest pet peeves was folks who came to mass only receive communion and would then leave.

One Sunday he was up on the dais and kind of went off about it and about people who gave lip-service (don't go there!) to their faith but little else. He had a bunch of little prayer cards with prayers for various things and went on about people who thought that because they said this particular prayer, they could check that box off, etc... and ended up throwing the entire stack of prayer cards up in the air and walked off the dais in disgust.

It struck a chord with the congregation. The younger crowd thought it was great, that he'd really made a point. The older folks, not so much.

Sadly, Fr. Titus didn't say mass again after that and was transferred out of our parish shortly thereafter.

It was something to see, though.


Fr Titus was transferred to Craggy Island after that incident.

/tis a shame though, kudos on him for standing up for what he beleives in.
 
2011-03-25 11:26:44 AM  

The Spoony Bard: DVDave: TeamTJ: ...yet he still can't pronounce the word "ask."

ahhh yep
He opens with "What should be our corresponding question?" "I'm glad you axed."

Can anyone explain why African-Americans use "axe" instead of "ask"? Does it originate somewhere? The South or something?

Also why do Brits pronounce "advertisement" & "aluminium" & "comparable" all weird & stuff?


maybe for the same reason latinos put an additional e sound in front of or behind words. cultural differences.

my babysistter's assistant would say "no espeake english" instead of just saying no speak english.

i only use the word "ask" in familiar settings because i dont want to be corrected or sound stupid. mispronunciation of a word doesnt mean you arent intelligent, it means that something gets lost in translation between your brain and your tongue.

im 35, college educated, dont wear bikinis to burger king, well paid and still cant say it correctly.

my son can say it and thats good enough for me.
 
2011-03-25 11:27:43 AM  
I guess the change in the coffers wasn't enough.
 
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