Amorphous Intelligence

Sunday School Anyone?

Posted in Humanism, Humor, Secularism by amorphousintelligence on November 17, 2008


Jon Lajoie anyone? Never heard of him? Yeah, me either. At least until yesterday, that is. Apparently he’s some anglophone Quebecer comedian who in 2008 (yes, this year) has plastered his sketch videos all over YouTube, Funny or Die, Facebook, and MySpace and has allegedly caught the attention of Will Ferrell. His style is similar to Jack Black’s in that he’s musically inclined while being rather explicit at times (which is a euphemism for all the time?). If that sounds interesting, and being the nature of this blog of mine, then start off your journey with him by checking out his SNL-style skit of his unique (and perhaps blasphemous?) relationship to God. None of his other vids are as theologically themed, but the pastiche music is well done with uplifting (yet, warning, gasp! vulgar) lyrics.


And for further portrayals of the Almighty but for those more interested in the family-oriented kind of blasphemy, check out Mr. Deity‘s non-vulgar, non-explicit, yet still creative and jovial sneak-peak vids of God in action.


Oh, is today coincidentally Sunday? Interesting. Guess I better appropriately alter my title for this.



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