Bil Browning


Filed By Bil Browning | November 16, 2006 6:20 PM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: American Values Alliance, Birthday, Christian beliefs, comic strip, evangelical Christian, manga, satire, yaoi

1. Flea Market Believers by Art Farnsley (You might be surprised by this article. My fellow blogger at American Values Alliance, Art had an article featuring Indiana flea market dealers in the October issue of Christianity Today. Very good points on the convergence of politics and non-church-going evangelicals.)
2. What is the most common birthday? via AskYahoo (Damn. I'm really close - off by 3 days. Any of our readers have this birthday?)
3. Senate Wins Fight To Lower Allowable Amperage Levels On Detainees' Testicles via The Onion ("Using amperages of 99 and lower, with approved surge protectors on the jumper-cable clamps, are the hallmarks of a civilized society.")
4. He loves him, she loves them via The Boston Globe (Have you seen any yaoi - also known as boys' love - comics? They are huge in Japan and quickly gaining popularity here in the States. You can buy them in most bookstores that sell manga.)
5. The Pee Tree by Joa Herrenknecht (Continuing our quest for the world's most interesting urinals... This German(?) site has an English translation at the bottom but I think the illustration is quite sufficient. Best site quote? "Today most men tend to swiftly 'go to the corner' performing their small business, especially in the city." Let me go on record here that I have never gone "to the corner" in the city. And "small business"? Ouch. Damn.)

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