Wednesday, March 30, 2005

American Piety

The auction calls it a "Christian" T-shirt, but you could read it two ways.


Elsewhere on eBay: Terri Schiavo Model Thunderbird. ("Do not be fooled....this is surely the one and only Schiavo Edition Thunderbird in the ENTIRE WORLD!!") Warning: nightmarish photo.

God's Guide To The Hot Parts--the web ministry that fights Hollywood indecency by describing it deliciously sinful detail--reviews Miss Congeniality 2: Armed And Fabulous and finds:
• admission of immoral sex
• crotch hit
• gamming
• attention to posterior
• sexual innuendo, repeatedly, such as implying ease of flotation due to anatomy
• excessive cleavage
• inappropriate touch
• suggestions, mannerisms, inferences stereotypical of practicing homosexuality, repeatedly, frequent
• transvestism, repeatedly, in drag bar
• sexual humor
He said "gamming."


From The Hot Parts Guy's review of Guess Who:
A little trivia here. There was interracial kissing in Guess Who. Even in the 1967 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner there was no interracial kiss. Such was not done. Not until the Star Trek sci-fi icon William Shatner as Captain Kirk and the grande and lovely Nichelle Nichols as communications officer Lt. Uhura locked lips in a 1968 Star Trek episode, Plato's Stepchildren. I have it on tape.
Pant, pant, pant, rewind. Pant, pant, pant, rewind. Pant, pant, pant...


Jesus Christ, that dog is big.


Ann Thrope said...

That Thunderbird doesn't shift out of park. Nyuk nyuk nyuk...

El Duque said...


The Hot Parts Guy is a Trekkie!