Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Is anyone else as excited as I am about this. All I have to say is, "Its about time!" After all these years of looking for Bigfoot, Nessie, Atlantis and never giving that King Tut guy a rest the Discovery Channel finally got around to some important stuff. You know what I mean by important right? Stuff that changed the course of history. Lets be honest as cool as it would be to catch a Yeti, both you and I know that those things are more stealthy then a Turkey on Thanksgiving. So let's get down to the nitty gritty.

This stuff is enthralling, and if you have the free time why not watch another show aimed at slapping done those pesky Born-Again nut jobs. I mean for heaven's sake you would think that after 2000 years someone would find a way to bring some solid evidence against this guy. So what if you are going up against a highly maintained and historically verified document like the Bible, just through something out there that sounds half way believable to a person looking to shrug off the idea of Authority and the people will jump on it. Now as enthralling as this docudrama was it was wasn't perfect, it did lack a few things. I would like to spend the next few seconds of your life pointing these few small things out.
Man I love that Chuck Norris! So here's the point. I am not opposed to the discussion and exchange of ideas, but please bring more then this to the table. Do we have to go through this every year? Anyway I have to get back to "In search of the Yeti", at least these guys are really trying to find out the truth about something instead of just.........just........well whatever they were doing.

1 comment:

Acey M. said...

Hahaha, I remember you talking about Discovery Channel and History Channel documentaries before!

I still say, if you're looking for a laugh, the best DC/HC documentaries are the ones about ghosts. Especially, how after a while, you watch completely different documentaries and realize that they're all using the same stories over and over again. And that they have different versions of the same story.

(Like, I saw one about a black slave who had her ear chopped off. One show said that it was because she eavesdropped frequently, and another went into tons of detail how she *might* have had a certain sort of relationship with her owner.)

P.B.! I started attending a different youth group. It's really cool. I'll tell you more about it later, I gotta go!

See ya!