So I was thinking about this whole privilege thing, and it occurred to me that Christianity is never really looked at in this way, but—well, in the west at least, and particularly in the US, Christian privilege is alive and well and pernicious in the mainstream culture. It’s…
..Two early twenties girls sitting next to us on njtrans. ‘Seecaucus? Is that new york?’ ‘Ooh! New york is next! That’s our stop!’ They’re like the wayans brothers pretending to be white chicks. It’s how you’d impersonate, not real people.
“The Yankees, in other words, are not the Mets, who are playing for respectability and to regenerate a positive covenant with their fans and to figure out who currently on this lifeboat should be part of a better tomorrow.”—
So I have now been informed that most Christians believe that these folks are sillypants for believing the rapture is tomorrow at 6 pm. They laugh, and then they point out that the Bible says you just won’t know when it will occur at all.
So, they actually believe there will come a point when people will be sucked up into Heaven en masse.
I suppose this shouldn’t surprise me, I’m just glad I got out of that whole belief system ten years ago.
“. “In my country, they speak of a man so virile, so potent, that to spend a night with such a man is to enter a world of such sensual delights most women dare not dream of. This man is known as The Comedian. You may tell jokes, Mr. Jerry Seinfeld, but you are no Comedian.”—
…for the fourth Pirates movie that called it “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Coupled with Depp’s recent admission that even he didn’t understand 2 and 3, it seems the marketing strategy here is, ‘pretend the sequels never happened, but also, Jack Sparrow, kiddies!’