Monthly Archives: March 2010

Burn Down Logizomai?

I just learned that my (probably) best column ever (Lakewood: All the fire without the brimstone) is going to be used in an upcoming book titled “Logizomai: A Reasonable Faith in an Unreasonable World.

I was superexcited.


Until I realized that the so called book was a basically a collection of blog entries by some online ranter so unoriginal and cliche as to rebuff arguments for gay rights with bestiality comparisons.

Really? Bestiality? I think thats a Blue-3 to a Blue-2 on a Derozier Political Argument Grid. If you’re arguing that, its a sign that you’re not even trying to listen to the other side. (Key word: Consent).

I’d link to his blog where he comments on my column, but I’m not sure about sending the millions and millions of hits a link from this blog would certainly provide. But that’s a risk I’ll have to take. LINK

He also writes about politics and religion and such. I don’t want to ruin it all so SPOILER ALERT: Evolution is bad.

Anyways, here is a direct clip of my article

I successfully used this column as a pickup line at Rice. That's how good it was.

Anyways, the book is being published by Wipf and Stock Publishers, so look for it in at your local Church gift shop.

And yeah, rereading what he wrote about my column makes me realize that he didn’t really get it. But whatever, I loves the attention. Professional punditry, here I come!

Burn Down the Ed Sullivan Theater

David Letterman.

Hey everybody! Look at me, I’m on TV! go to the 2:15 mark in the link. He never answered my question about if there had ever been a fire in the Ed Sullivan Theater. But he did put me on TV for asking a question. Yay me!

Stupid Evan Tricks!

Burn Down Spanish Video Projects

A few weeks ago, my brother Emery made a video with his friends for Spanish class. As far as I can tell, they just had to make a movie in Spanish.

In a traditional fashion, Emery went way over the top, creating a 7th grade version of Saw… I think… I can’t understand too much Spanish.

However, upon viewing it his teacher demands that they cut out all the best (read: violent) parts and they had to have a talk with the counselor about weapons. Also, if they put it on YouTube they could risk suspension.

However, I am no longer at St. John’s and think that everyone should see this fantastic cinematic triumph.

So here it is.