Yo Kanye, Imma let you finish, but OK Go still has the best video of all time!

Watch the hilarious new TV commercial for the popular online MMORPG World of Warcraft below:

After watching the video, I checked out Mr T's Wikipedia page and noticed something that I'd heard before but never investigated: That Mr T (real name Laurence Tureaud) is a dedicated Christian. At the bottom of the Wikipedia entry there's a link to an interview Mr T did with entitled Words of Wisdom from Mr T. I'm not sure if the article title is intended to be sarcastic, but he actually comes across as quite wise in the article and deeply dedicated in his faith. He talks about why he no longer wears the gold chains (though he's wearing 'em in the commercial, I guess people might not recognize him without them??), his battle with cancer, and how he attempts to live our his faith in his life. It's a good read, so check it out.

Napoleon DynamiteThe results are in! says I'm a Cool High Nerd.  What are you?  Click here!

And there you have it … can't say the results are too surprising, really.

[Shout outs to John DePoe for his original post about this]

Was pointed to this photo today re Christopher Hitchens' book God is not Great:

God is [not] Great

Nice job Target employee, whoever you are.

I'm reading through Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion and hopefully will be able to make comments here soon on each of its chapters. I'm making notes as I read, and being careful to note the things I agree with and the points where I disagree. It bothers me when I read a review of a book where the reviewer feels the need to try to refute every single thing the author says. Did they really not say anything of value? It's somewhat disconcerting to say that I disagree with a guy who teaches at Oxford and has a PhD and everything, but as Sideshow Mel said, "My opinion is as valid as the next man's!" 😀 And of course Alister McGrath, holder of two PhDs from Oxford (one in molecular biophysics, the other in theology) who also teaches at Oxford, has already written a book in reply: The Dawkins Delusion?

In the meantime, if you're interested in a short review of Dawkins' book check out Skeptical Christian's review of The God Delusion.

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