Thinking Out Loud

June 17, 2015

Wednesday Link List

Filed under: Christianity, links — Tags: , , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 5:18 am

The Real Thing

Coming (out) soon: In the news events of the past month we’ve seen people identify as a different gender and a different race than that they were born with. What’s next? Species? I’ve always felt I identified most strongly with some of the big cats we’d see on our zoo visits. Especially the Bengal Tigers. There’s something there that has always resonated. So yes, I am beginning species reassignment therapy. And starting today, really watch your blog comments, because I scratch. And bite. And I’m really ticked the grocery stores no longer stock Tender Vittles.

From the YouTube description on a channel I operate sponsored by Searchlight Books:

To the best of my knowledge, the oldest recording in my collection of Contemporary Christian Music, highlighting again that the entire movement traces its oldest roots to Roman Catholic folk masses. This 1969 recording is a translation from Italian where the group, known originally as I Barritas, or The Little Berets, learned the English phonetically. It was originally written in 1964 as Messa de la Pace, and was dedicated to the memory of Martin Luther King.

1 Comment »

  1. I am having my hair removed to reveal my inner naked mole rat. …But I also self-identify as a billionaire and have petitioned to have Obamacare cover the procedure to deposit the necessary assets into my checking account.

    Comment by Matt Marino — June 18, 2015 @ 12:04 am


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