Selling the Joel Osteen Brand of Corporate-Owned Jesus
Where two or more are gathered in my name, charge them $850 for the good seats! Yes, that’s the cost of the best seats at this year’s Joel Osteen Tour at Yankee Stadium. Praise the Lord!
Osteen will be hocking his brand and products at the event—selling everything Osteen. Praise the Lord!… Continue reading
From My Friend Sharon’s Timeline
Leaving IHOP the other day, the manager called after us, ‘Be careful out there. Satan‘s at work!’ Fascinating twist on ‘Have a nice day.'”
Her status update made me laugh. She’s not just a brilliant writer (professionally, actually), her beautiful karma invites interesting energy into her day-to-day life.
And at Work He Is Indeed…
We… Continue reading
I’ve noticed that GE has been pumping very persuasive, emotional advertising into the air waves: the GE factory workers who made the MRI machines meet with the cancer survivors whose lives have been saved by the machines. Yadda, yadda, yadda…
I wondered for a second: Why are they spending so much in advertising, especially on MSNBC?
Then it dawns on… Continue reading
Harold Camping didn’t create an awkward situation for religion. In my humble opinion, he simply peeled back the thin vail of chicanery that masquerades as many so-called faith-based initiatives, as what some refer to as evangelism, which is nothing but highly lucrative tax-free business enterprise.
His Judgement Day bus traversed the country sounding the last call. And, according… Continue reading
Last night I was blasting through the TV channels here at the hotel trying to find something of interest to watch. I stumbled upon a reality TV show playing the surveillance video from a convenience store where a bat-wielding thief came toward the man at the cashier demanding money and threatening to kill him.
The cashier reached down and pulled… Continue reading