Wednesday, June 09, 2010
The UCC should accept this condemnation as affirmation
The usual lies, lunacy and paranoia give it away.
Spew, spew from you know who.
Heh. Have you seen his other site about wolves and sheep? He's got a seriously major crush on that Chuck Currie guy. Obsession: it's not just a fragrance anymore.
The UCC gets the Gospel wrong? In what sense? Because the denomination doesn't condemn gay folk right up front like Jesus did? Or because it doesn't insist the preborn have rights?
Neil is beneath contempt or notice. A fellow child of God, who drags his baggage to the Bible and looks for a place to plop it down. Unlike the rest of us, though, he's convinced that he has the key to it all.
It fills my heart with joy to imagine it. Thank you. You've made my fucking day.
And, hey, Screwtape! Glad I could make yer day!
Actually, I pretty much was going to say the same thing that Alan already said. Neil's volcanic obsession with Chuck Currie is an amazing thing to behold.
However, to be honest, I have to say that more times than I want to admit, I have exhibited the same kind of rage toward those with whom I disagree.
The Bible calls such behavior sin.
Neil, however, calls it Christianity.
Not an ounce of self-perception there.
As I say on FB, being called that by the likes of Neil is like being called ugly by Phyllis Diller.
If I had balls that big, I swear I'd have a wheelbarrow with me at all times.
Seriously though, I don't get people's internet obsessions with total strangers. Are people's real lives that uninteresting?
My internet existence if far more interesting, at least to me.
I don't think I've posted anything pornographic in the past couple weeks, and ER definitely steers clear of all those sweaty things, which is probably why Neil's dirty-filter probably allowed him to stop by.
And yet you don't create entire creepy blogs just to net-stalk some guy. :)
Once again, Neil invents the meaning of words so that he looks marvelous, and others like the devil incarnate.
Or, it could be Neil's just a tad obsessed. And quite possibly mad.
Currie does, indeed, offer the opinion that Neil needs some professional help, and perhaps even a life. The whole thing is actually quite scary.