Monday, December 21, 2009

Jingle Bombs?

Irreverent. (Warning adult language, do not play at work)


  1. Anonymous11:10 AM

    Why would you put such a thing on your blog? It is racist, totally unfunny and blasphemous to me that this kind of humor would take Christmas and degrade it. I thought you were supposed to be of a higher standard.

  2. I warned you!

    I reject the notion that I have offended the terrorist race.

  3. Off topic: Because I don't know you, I shall not feel bad about swiping your definition/explanation of "false teaching." Well said and spot on.


  4. Swipe away, the phrase the "cruelty of heresy" came from a book of the same name by +C. Fitz Allison.

    (That comment from R. Sherman was about a thread on a post of his on Being a Christian at Christmas).

  5. Anonymous10:01 AM

    Actually anonymous - Jingle Bells is not a Christmas Song - it is a winter song about a bunch of intoxicated teenagers and young 20 somethings racing their sleighs and picking up women - the quivalent to cruising in the 50's, bar hopping in the 70's etc.

  6. Thanks Anon #2,

    I always wondered why my sister's High School music teacher refused to allow "Jingle Bells" to be performed at their school Christmas shows.

  7. Anonymous11:47 AM

    One of my favorite comedians, but, alas, I hear he's been canceled by the Comedy Channel.