Star Wars Meets The Princess Bride

Via Pinterest. And as a bonus, from the same source and on the same theme: [Read more...]

Can You Help Sort Out Columbia’s Students?

Matthew Morgenstern shared the above screenshot on Facebook. I searched online and found that Columbia University is looking for a lot of faculty who specialize in discipline. I guess their students in general must be really out of control, and not just the Hebrew-speaking ones!   [Read more...]

I’m a Professor

I saw the above on the Facebook page S@!t Academics Say, which also shared this example of what a professor really did: put a photo of himself on his door so that students may think they are talking to him when they aren’t! Also of interest, via the same page – this PHD comic about [Read More...]

Who’s On First (Rock and Roll Edition)

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Modern Parable of the Kingdom

Via Episcopal Church Memes on Facebook. [Read more...]

Data

from XKCD. See also the more recent cartoon on where birds go when it rains.   [Read more...]

I Can’t Even (But Now There’s Help)

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The Five Stages of Peer Review

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The Harrowing of Hell House

Fred Clark has come up with a response to the phenomenon of conservative Christian “hell houses” for Halloween. His post literally made me laugh out loud. Here’s how it starts: Hell Houses are an irredeemably bad idea — a combination of the very worst forms of evangelism with the very worst forms of community theater. The [Read More...]

Slow Church Services

Twenty-Two Words shared a group of 29 unintentionally funny signs. I thought I'd share the one above. Presumably you can get both what its original intent was, and why it is funny. My pastor spoke today in a talk for children about “Why go to church?” Every answer people gave, he said, “but can't you [Read More...]

For the Love of, Well, Me

I learned that Unfundamentalist Christians made a version of the Left Behind poster before David Hayward did, and so having shared his, I wanted to share this one and give credit where credit is due. [Read more...]


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