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Blogity-blah-blah-blog: February 2010

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Flesh Eating Film Reels

I wanted to share another short film today called Flesh Eating Film Reels. I remember watching this on HBO when I was little. I remember enjoying it but at the same time it was kind of scary. I think it was the way the filmstrip is animated. It still kind of freaks me out to this day. But I haven't seen this probably since I was 5 or 6 and I just happened upon it on YouTube the other day. Enjoy!

And here's a little more nostalgia for you if you remember watching HBO in the early 80's:

Brings back memories.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Read "Hear No Evil" Because I Plan to...Someday

You may have found your way here via Matthew Paul Turner's blog, Jesus Needs New PR, looking for a review of his new book "Hear No Evil" which releases tomorrow, Feb. 16th! I admit I haven't read it yet, but I plan on doing it...someday. I do have a copy of MPT's "Churched" which is still in my "to-be-read" stack of books. I actually did read the "Christian Culture Survival Guide" and loved it. I am an avid reader of MPT's blog and watcher of his two YouTube channels, MatthewPaulTurner, and thewoak. His latest video is great:

So I don't even have to read "Hear No Evil" to tell you that it's going to be a great read. How's that for a review? A review driven by faith alone that Matthew has once again written yet another masterpiece!

I first found out about Matthew Paul Turner when I picked up the "Christian Culture Survival Guide" at the Purple Door Arts and Music Festival in Lewisberry, PA in 2007 at the Relevant booth. I found it hard to put down. I was at a turning point in my life where I started challenging what I believed. This book was a real eye-opener for me. I eventually came to a point in my life where I realized it was okay to have questions and doubts rather than pretend to know all the answers. Reading what Matthew has written has been a part of what has brought me to where I am now.

So I suggest that you not just read "Hear No Evil" but read other things Matthew has written. He'll make you laugh, he'll make you cry...we'll maybe not cry, not intentionally anyway. He'll make you think and make you laugh again.

Read it.

Enjoy it.

You will not be disappointed.

I know I won't be.