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Today I denied the Holy Spirit on camera and uploaded the video to YouTube. I now qualify for both a free DVD and eternal damnation, per my previous post.
Hope my afternoon is equally productive.
I considered filming another take of my blasphemy, but figured that if you’re going to deny the Holy Spirit, it should be spontaneous. (And you should bring your stuffed animal along with you.) See:
Posted at 01:50 PM in Humor | Permalink
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January 10, 2007 at 08:30 PM
The real question here isn't "Is Brian going to Hell for blaspheming God?" The REAL question is "Was Brian wearing high heels when he was speaking in the Lion's falsetto voice?". If he was wearing heels, then Brian is most definitely going to Hell, or Canada, whichever comes first. :-)
Marcel Cairo |
January 10, 2007 at 11:00 PM
Marcel, it was socks. Without shoes. But you did hit upon why I considered reshooting the video: shouldn't a lion have a deeper voice?
He sounded more like a gerbil. Hopefully the Lion God isn't offended.
January 11, 2007 at 09:13 AM
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