Feb 24, 2013 Indy commented on Slog Bible Study: Luke 19:29-34.
Well he did say thou shalt not steal, not I shall not steal.
Feb 21, 2013 Indy commented on This Story Has Slog Written All Over It.
What do you call someone from Vegas? Vegasian? Vegander? Vegano? Vegasser?
Feb 20, 2013 Indy commented on He's Mormon and He's Gay and He's Coming Out.
When I see things like this I always think: "I'm so glad I'm not a Mormon anymore!" Then I drink some coffee and have sex with my three wives.
Jan 20, 2013 Indy commented on SL Letter of the Day: All the Red Flags.
There is literally no situation where it is acceptable for there to be "no safe word".
Dec 12, 2012 Indy commented on Glenn Beck Wouldn't Care About Gay Marriage Except Liberals Are Trying to Destroy His Marriage All the Time.
I'm with Fnarf: I thought we had all agreed to never think about Glenn Beck again. I had a pretty good run up till I saw this post.
Nov 24, 2012 Indy commented on Today in Hot, Shirtless Sweaty Men.
I was straight until I saw this.
Nov 13, 2012 Indy commented on Morning News: Nerds, Elmo, YOLO.
I honestly don't care if you pronounce it with a hard or soft G, but it's worth noting that the inventors of the GIF format intended it to be a soft G.
Oct 1, 2012 Indy commented on SL Letter of the Day: Frustrated GILF.
Looks like someone got an extension on his deadline.
Sep 17, 2012 Indy commented on In Response to Reports That the Romney Campaign Is Incompetent, the Romney Campaign Announces a Major Shift in Strategy.
@2: I know you meant "shrinking", but a "shriking pool of angry white guys" is such an awesome image that I must prefer the typo.
Sep 16, 2012 Indy commented on Slog Mormon Study: Abraham 3:23.
@2: This bit is not actually from the Book of Mormon. It's from "The Pearl of Great Price". Mormons have four books of canon: the bible, the book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants (comprised of the revelations Joseph Smith), and the Pearl of Great Price.
The PoGP was translated by Joe from an Egyptian papyrus he got from some antiquities dealer. A bit awkward when it turned out the papyrus actually contained nothing like the text of the PoGP ...