President Bush believed he was called by God to destroy Gog and Magog

Earlier this month, GQ revealed that Rumsfeld placed war-like Bible quotes on the front pages of his intelligence briefings. Now we may know why he was motivated to do so. According to Alternet, Bush felt the war in Iraq was God’s will, and that God was going to use him to fulfill “end-time” Biblical  prophecies. In 2003 [Read More...]

Quote of The Day

Hey! What’s with this new thing of so many Hollywood stars adoring Jesus? Please! – E Online’s Daisy Rapp via Twitter [Read more...]

He's no longer ronery, Kim Jong-il now on Twitter

Image by AFP/Getty Images via Daylife If you haven’t started using Twitter yet, you’ve got a reason to start.  It is said that when Kim Jong-il (son of North Korea’s Eternal President) was born, it was marked with a double rainbow, and birds tweeted at a bright star all through the night. Now, Kim Jong-il is tweeting [Read More...]

He's no longer ronery, Kim Jong-il now on Twitter

Image by AFP/Getty Images via Daylife If you haven’t started using Twitter yet, you’ve got a reason to start.  It is said that when Kim Jong-il (son of North Korea’s Eternal President) was born, it was marked with a double rainbow, and birds tweeted at a bright star all through the night. Now, Kim Jong-il is tweeting [Read More...]

Yes Virginia, there is a Pat Robertson

Hey Virginians, get out and vote in the June 9th Democratic primary! Apparently in the last two primaries (2005 and 2006), only 4 percent of you even bothered to vote. I don’t know much about Virginia politics, but the three Democrats running have to be a better choice than Republican Bob McDonnell. It doesn’t matter to me if [Read More...]

The Jim Jefferies Comedy Special

I was going to post the entire, Jim Jefferies HBO Comedy Special, as an edition of Lunch Break Theater. However, it is extremely, NSFW. So I decided to post it now, and encourage you to wait until you get home from work before you watch it. It is entitled, “I Swear To God,” and runs [Read More...]

Couple sues debt collector over WWJD letters

I came across a rather funny article in the AJC over the weekend. Minnesota couple, Sara and Mark Neill, are suing the Bullseye Collection Agency for putting the acronym “WWJD” on collection letters sent to them. The couple says that this “breaks an anti-harassment law by portraying debtors as hell-bound sinners.” The Neills claim the phrase invokes [Read More...]


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