Sunday, September 18, 2005

March of the Nutbars/Tastes Like Home

Some of the circumstances they experienced seemed to parallel those of Christians. The penguin is falling behind, like some Christians are falling behind. The path changes every year, yet they find their way, like the Holy Spirit.

The Christian Right in America sees a movie about penguins as the Word of God. Some days, I feel like I can't get out of here fast enough.

Which is a shame, as earlier today I had a nice chat with the bloke in the pizza shop about Kevin Keegan, Brighton and Hove Albion, and Crystal Palace, and I felt a little like I was at home.


  1. I love the way they go on about how wonderfully the penguins represent monogamous family values - except that the penguins are only monogamous for the year and choose a different mate the next.


  2. I enjoy (I was going to write "love" but that would be copying) how bird with wings that don't work is proof of intellingent design. Was God drunk that day?

  3. "Ah but you see, the wings aren't supposed to work, because the penguin is designed to swim."

    "So why not just design a fish?"