Monday, May 29, 2006

A New Feature on WHAT IS TRUTH

Every day or two you get a fresh, original blog here for your reading edification, challenge, and even entertainment. If you haven't noticed, you get these blogs ABSOLUTELY FREE, which is, by the way, also my cost for using Blogger. Pay no attention to the credo: You get what you pay for. That was long ago proven fallacious. Now, on the no-blog days, this author will scour the world-wide-web (not to be confused with Dr.-Gary-Webb) for hours, even minutes, to provide for you his top posts of the day. And then, after a certain amount of consideration from absolutely no advisory board, this author will unilaterally and subjectively choose what he thinks you might think is interesting or that he may even deem a must read. Recent studies have shown that the same dentists who recommend chewing gum also recommend checking out this editorial opinion when possible.

When you see the following banner,


you know that you will be getting fabulous links such as this:

One of my potential methods is to throw the web addresses of several posts into a tumble dryer for a 40 minute cycle and then choose the first three hot ones as top for the day. So you can see that this is something that you won't want to miss. Already former maximum security prisoners are clamoring for this new on-line feature.

"What was the name of his blog?"
Stew Pidity, Walla Walla Observer

"Does your computer crash when you click on his links?"
U. B. Duped, The Texarkana Star


Jeff Voegtlin said...

Those seem to very very interesting links, but you should include the links in your post. I searched all over the web and couldn't find those stories myself. I just don't have your talent. Bummer.

Jeff Voegtlin said...

For some reason, I didn't get the link in my browser until the second time around, and I feel that something fishy is going to be happening here.

I wonder how many Brandenburg items there are all across the WWW for us to see links of. Maybe he's really gone LDS on us and is studying his family history on the off-blogging days. Then keeping us all up-to-date on the Brandenburg tree.

Jerry Bouey said...

Best commentary on the web yet. Five stars!! P.S. Did they REALLY name that gate after you?
Al B. Hornswaggled, The Texican Times

Actually, good stuff. Laughter - A merry heart doeth good like a medicine! ;)

Anonymous said...

You're pretty funny for a white guy.

Lynn Green said...

BTW, Truth is "the correspondence of perception with reality."

Kent Brandenburg said...

Joey Berry,

Very funny on hornswaggled and Texican Times.


I'll try not to blind you with my pigment.

Ruth said...

Jerry Lewis..."There are three things that are real---God, human folly, and laughter. Since the first two are beyond our comprehension, we must do what we can with the third. A good philosophy to live by".

"Three tests of good humor: Can you laugh at your own mistakes? Can you restrain when it isn't fitting? Can you enjoy it alone?"
Got that last one from the writings of that famous Chinese,
Hoo B. Chuckle..

I checked on the web site.. and as I expected I saw you name. However, I do like the banner. You could bring that on over to the Hill. Those things always look better on a hill.

MOSTLY...I am impressed that (1) you really do have a sense of humor; (2) You do something besides study and write..well almost; (3) and even white guys? have a sense of humor. Now that deseves a big smile.!
Kudos Pastor B....two in a row I cannot prod you on.
And would you listen to Jeff? He must know that every family tree has at least one nut!!Well, at least they do back here..

Blessings from the Hill,

Anonymous said...

Well, Pastor I was gone for a bit and I noticed (in my catching up reading) you have been off your medicaion for a day or two. No, I am not in charge of that. I do think that must be Cathy's? job.

However in my quest for truth in reading I did the survey of the dryer theory and you must know I think after much to do about dryers and heat you should probably go with 25 minutes. The survey said it was the best way.

Then over at the "Little House..UB Loked Away", those inmates that could read or pretended to didn't exactly clamor, but more like made weird noises about strange web sites by some unknown preacher. Espically the "BOSS". He kept babbling about 'truth' until they got him restrained. He'll be better in a few days. He has a thing for bridges.

I's good to be back.

DaCatster said...

Anon I don't get paid enough take monitor Pastor B meds :P.

Just watch the squirrels around here