Falwell Fallen

Posted on May 15, 2007
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Jerry Falwell died today. There is only one possible interpretation of this event – God is so upset with the homosexuals and the ACLU that he killed Falwell. Falwell himself taught us that all disasters are evidence that his political enemies have angered God, and that God will take that anger out on innocents. Now that anger has extended even to Falwell himself.

I thank the Reverend Falwell for getting me to appreciate the interpretation of God as a celestial mafioso. He’s fun to be around when things are good, but when it all turns sour the most convenient person will get whacked just for being there. This is brilliant theology, combining America’s two great loves – Jesus and the Sopranos. What a shame Reverend Falwell will not be able to share this sort of brilliance with us anymore. Maybe if he’s really a good boy up in heaven, God will let Jerry steer the next hurricane into a city full of people that he most wants to kill.


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  1. Mark Forman on May 16th, 2007 1:10 am

    Did Dave say Jesus sang soprano??:) Great mashup there Dave.I always looked at it as JC, John Wayne and Coca Cola, but your analogy will do.

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  3. Shannon on May 16th, 2007 3:04 pm

    Hmmm – “Jesus and the Sopranos” is a great name for a band. Sadly, I don’t believe that our friend Jerry would like said band.

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  5. tribalecho on May 19th, 2007 2:07 pm

    Hey. You’re funny. The only Falwell bit I’ve read that got a laughing-out-loud outta me Three times–oh baby. You get a bookmark.

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  7. Another Blogger Down In a Drive-By : Evil Genius Chronicles on June 9th, 2007 8:29 am

    […] I recap all this to get to a few points of my own. One is that I feel that regardless how big a dick the original poster was and how great a man Steve Gilliard was, the many people who gave as their reason for disapproval that “it was disrespectful to talk ill of a man who wasn’t even buried yet” is invalid. As some pointed out, no one was held to that standard for Falwell that I saw. I myself waited about 12 hours before I made my own disrespectful snarky post about his death. So, I don’t find that a particular compelling reason for outrage unless you apply it across the board even-handedly. […]