Training Mind and Body
The commenters at Unreasonable Faith are a little too fervent for my taste (good at a certain stage, when trying to break free of something, but tiresome and counterproductive afterwards), but I was impressed by (almost all of) the conversation at Debunking Christianity. I don't recall any name-calling from the one conversation I read, which is remarkable for a blog (on this blog, for instance, Herb called us "weiner-touchers," which lowered the tone of the discussion in an unpardonable way - I'm still recovering from the shock of it), and the blog author even passed up a really easy hit when a conservative theologian referred to "Douglas Hume." Admirable.
Tim, you wiener-toucher! (I love that term. I have to thank Andy for introducing me to it.) Sorry to bring it up again. I'm just trying to keep the tone of the discussion lowered to unpardonable levels. If it gets to lofty I'm available to bring it back down to the realm of the dartos and cremaster once again. Too bad we're messing up Jack Hardin's blog will all this talk of Douglas Hume, Alfred Einstein, Irwin Newton, and Jared Christ.
Ha! "Irwin Newton"!? You dumb loaf-pincher!
Tim, you booger-snatching doo-doo head! You didn't even fault me for spelling "too" incorrectly (as "to" before the word "lofty") in my previous post! I hope for your sake your faith is stronger than your attention to detail is!
Herb, you incompetent sack of shit, I'm going to rename my sphincter ani to "sphincter herbi" so that I can laugh every time I take a dump and "herbi" has to take another bite!
Cool, it appears that I can increase Jeff's comment count by posting crap [as though I'd post anything else!] and deleting it.Tim, you son of a mother! I suppose if Broca and Wernicke can have pieces of the human brain named after them, I can accept a specialized and under-appreciated muscle being nicknamed for me.
Yep! (You're welcome, Jeff.)
"son of a mother"?! Is that the best you can do?! Come on, you festering piece of cecum, you ulcerated duodenum!Just so you know, I cut stool with herbi three times today and had a wicked chuckle at your expense each time.
(In order that we might share a common vocabulary, let me add that in addition to the sphincter herbi, another muscle used for "cutting stool", as our anatomy professor so elegantly put it, is the "puborectalis")
Tim, I know this is a little off topic for this comment thread, but the reason that I like the unreasonable faith blog is that I still find myself surrounded by people that haven't broken free. I rarely have serious discussions about these topics with these people, but I like to imagine what types of things I might say when I do. For that reason I enjoy the more fervent rants. Though in small doses.Also, I may not have attained your maturity of thought, where I'm comfortable with where I'm at and can not let thinks get me worked up. Or maybe it is something else, because I know Jimmy has spent vast amounts of time on these subjects and can still get quite riled up.
now back to the poo jokes . . .
Herb, you and your hamster-weakened puborectalis couldn't even cut a stool if it made out of over-warm, triple-cream Brie.
Jeff, I apologize for being an ass with regard to the "fervent" commentors, etc. And I have to admit, it is fun to score points.
Jeff, am I right in detecting a note of weary sarcasm, in imagining an eye-roll or two? It can be so hard to determine these things with just bare text. I'll try to calm down if you are getting sick of it.
No not at all. I was thrilled to learn of the Dartos muscle and those puborecalis guys too. I write my posts about things that excite me enough to take the time, but I'm not really serious about what goes on after that. I just don't get excited to write humorous or scatological things. I enjoy reading them though.
I only tossed in a serious comment because you started out with a relevent point. As usual you don't let me get by being sloppy, so I jsut gave a little back ground. My Japanese toilet has two flush options. Large flush and small flush. I haven't tested it with any big jobs yet.
I'm just doing my part to increase your comment count, Jeff. Tim, take off the hamster costume! It's not going to make you magically fit in there, you sick bastard!
No magic involved at all, just Vaseline and a running start.
Jeff, put down the Vaseline! Tim jests! He jests![Ok, I've violated your blog enough, Jeff. I'll retire from further acts of vandalism for now.]
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