Sunday Morning Crazy: Three Weeks in a Row

It would not be a Sunday Morning Crazy without a tip of the hat to Dancing From Genesis. There are some classic posts over there from the previous week. Wild, wing-nut based assertions and hypocritical commentary regarding various churches (in this case, on Obama’s church). All “rational” people know that “true” Christians don’t preach hate. What I really think we should all pay attention to is his Radio show. This I have to hear.

Today’s shortened edition of Sunday morning crazy is an admission: I did not see the animated Clone Wars until today. As a Star Wars fan, I think this is a travesty. A crazy travesty. I was not a huge fan of the prequels. I waited to watch Episode III because I was so disappointed in I and II.

These cartoons, directed by Gennedy Tartakovsky manage to pull off the feel of the original movies–something that the prequels do not do as consistently as I had hoped.

Today’s edition of SMC is shortened because I have to try and make cornbread. With Habaneros. I am sure someone will critique my foray in the world of baking.

Update: When making two batches of something, do not add the super spicy chili pepper to both batches.
Update 2: Not everyone is a good teacher.
Update 3: Habaneros need to be handled with care or your face will melt. For realz.

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Sunday Morning Crazy: Dancing from Crazy Part 2

From: Dancing From Genesis:

Any rational thinker knows that if Barack Obama would be elected president, then the islamic world would jump for joy, because a U.S. pullout of Iraq, and soft U.S. policy against the PLO, would certainly be ahead, as well as, perhaps, Obama’s continued support of his radical muslim-backed cousin, Raila Odinga, who is trying to become president of Kenya, with huge muslim support, even killing Christians and burning churches for Odinga’s cause.

So congressman Steve King of Iowa stated the obvious Friday, that a wild celebration by Muslims is a lock if Obama wins; so who can argue that?  But the mainstream media is decrying Kings’s statement, calling it racist, and McCain has distanced himself from King’s statement already, but that’s ok, all of America knows it’s true, just ask any Muslim for confirmation, no need to ask most Christians.  Sean Hannity has an hour-long special report about Obama’s troubling relationships with muslim radicals, including Louis Farrakhan, Sunday night on Hannity’s America, but don’t hold your breath that Hannity will be talking about Odinga, so you’ll have to further research him yourself.

Those are three sentences of undiluted wing-nuttery of the highest order. This guy makes Sunday Morning Crazy EASY. I won’t hold my breath about Hannity being fair and balanced. Furthermore, I have spoken to a few Muslims. They won’t fill me in on their world wide caliphate plot, because they told me I was CRAZY for bringing it up.

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Mall Ninja

Shrine of the Mall Ninja » LonelyMachines:

But then again I think of the mayors nephew, his face distored with tears and terror, the GAP employees who asked for my autograph, and had to settle for a cover identity’s signature, the flashbangs, and their acrid scent, the small of napalm in the evening breeze, as I crouch behind a shopping cart in the parking lot, the target practice with my dearest comrades and friends, the members of my teams, and our live fire exercises-Can I leave it all behind? should I?

I spent my pre-caffinated Sunday morning reading this priceless gem from the internet. I got it from this priceless gem of the internet. It reminded me of this story–

Way back in 1994, my college friends and I went to the Beloit Mall for the first time. Two of my friends, one who had already had a tango with the police for blowing a red light, ran into the center of a mural and pretended to play in a fountain. I think we all began to jump around and act our age.

Mall security came and started yelling at us. One rail thin mall-ninja yelled at me. “Come here right now!” I responded simply, “Fuck no” and walked away.

If I had known that he could have been a special forces ninja, I think I might I have just said no.

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