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That commercial is in poor taste on so many levels, though.
I love that they showed an old PC behind the desk beforehand and a brand new Mac at the end.
Praise the Lord! I mean pass the chips please.
Donohue could try picking on PepsiCo, but he'd have to argue that they should have refused the entry. Still, he's mostly after publicity as usual, just like PepsiCo, so he just may!
Dan, I'm frankly shocked, I realize that you are about as Catholic as I am, but how could you miss such obvious clues?
"As she did in St. George last year, Ms. Goddard has warned officials that... policies [attempting to restrict GSA clubs] may violate the federal Equal Access Act— a law passed by Congress in the 1980s, mainly to protect Bible study groups in schools, that has become a prime tool for protecting Gay-Straight Alliances from arbitrary hurdles."
Love the irony!!!! You want rights? Then you gotta give rights.
Anyone can make something insane, getting it approved by a room of educated, intelligent people is the magic.
Now back to your regularly scheduled sense of humor.
James looks good with a beard.
I think its just the sheer illogic of it. I'm not going to sit through a church service to get 35 cents worth of bland snacks. In that light, this congregation is even dumber than the ones who go to church because of lifelong indoctrination.
Like this guy?
As for the "makes no sense" crowd: the suggestion that I get (particularly with planting the Mennonite and guy with Kippah and guy in Orthodox Jewish vestments and stereotypical black Baptist etc.) is that if you're going to church anyway, you'd rather go to the one serving Doritos(R) and Pepsi(R). It's about competing with other churches, not competing with no church e.g. sitting on your couch and eating a whole bag of Doritos(R) and drinking a whole two-liter of Pepsi(R). It's also, of course, deeply sacrilegious, which is hilarious, and ironic in that it treats going to church as a given but basically mocks the ceremony of religion. Although, if you can magically transform wine and a bland cracker into blood and flesh, why not Doritos(R) and Pepsi(R)?