I remember last year people got all offended because Starbucks released red cups that had minimal design. I didn’t understand. Like what was the reason for the outrage?
Then I realized. I don’t drink coffee. I don’t have a weird warped concept of reality because of coffee.
The more I think about it, the more I wanted to see people angry. Yeah! Starbucks is anti-Christ or something because their cups are are the foundation of my faith or some kind of nonsense.
Anyway, people were freaking out about these new green cups. Hahahaha! Well, it’s too early for Christmas cups. Well, actually, it isn’t. Christmas has been around since August because our corporate greed tells us this. Man I hate what Christmas has become.
Anyway, look at that link and see all the dumb overreactions. Man, it’s just a coffee cup. But of course, I don’t drink coffee so I think I may have a grasp on reality.
Coffee drinkers need their Jesus cups from Starbucks or else the whole system is the anti-Christ during this late-year holiday season in which we can’t mention anything that will offend anyone.
Coffee drinkers, am I right?
In a time where there is so much division, SNL gives us a sketch that’s funny and also revealing to the fact that we may not all be that different.
This was well-done in how they showed us that possibly despite the differences we have in our political views or even our views on racism, we all share some similarities and for others, it might be a lot of similarities.
What an amazing skit and it is so telling. Wonderful!
Filed under Comedy, Re-blog
That is all. The entire week of videos has been so good.
I am so bummed. He has a signing today in LA and I am still in the Bay Area.
Filed under Comedy, Music
I saw Gabriel way back when before he got real famous. Now that he’s had his own show and a movie coming out, I knew that his great talents are being recognized. But when I found out he was doing a show at a small venue on Tuesday, I jumped right on it.
The show was set to start at 10PM, but didn’t start until maybe 15 minutes after that. Martin Moreno opened up with a very funny set and this is the first time I really got a chance to hear his stuff. I saw bits here and there before, but through an entire set, this guy was pretty good.
When Gabriel came on, he was all over the place. He was telling stories of the aftermath of some of his jokes and how they affect people. One joke about cake and since then, he keeps getting cakes weekly.
Sometimes we act like the above. We refuse help. We stand on our own trying to get through while everyone else wants to help us.
That’s not we need to do in life. In fact, asking for help doesn’t make anyone soft. It’s OK. Not asking for help makes someone look weak. The fact that they think they can do everything is foolish. We aren’t designed to do everything on our own. We need our friends. We need our family. Sometimes, we have to rely all on God to help us.
But here we are today trying to be so hard that we don’t as for help.
Filed under Comedy, Faith
Seriously, Christmas is too much. I can’t stand it.