Two items in recent days have caught my eye (different papers mind you).
No you can’t have pie
The first was in the SMH on the 14th February 2011:
That’s a funny 52%.. It must be how politicians view most things: majority in favour but treated like a minority during policy making decisions.
Flood is what now? God speech?
The next flood related paper item was this doozy in the conservative opinion journal broadsheet paper The Australian (16th Feb 2011):
If that’s how God speaks it explains the smell of the flood waters.
Follow up item
Funny how in the previous post: Trust me, I’m the chaplain I had Danny Allen imply that only people trolling Christians would make such assertions:
In reply to your first little witty caption — did you even bother to click through to Gavin Hudson’s profile? I’m guessing not, otherwise you would have seen that he’s not a chaplain, or even a chaplaincy supporter. He’s an atheist and, like you, is just trolling the SU QLD page to post inflammatory comments.
So Danny, unless the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia puts ads in national newspapers to troll Christians: I think it was a fair comment and I shouldn’t be expected to try and pick out trolling from other Christian commentators because, as comedians like Stephen Colbert prove: it’s almost impossible to tell them apart.