Friday, August 3, 2007

Friday Letters Round-Up

  • I've always wanted to know what hummus is. Now I'll never know. Thanks a lot, Daily Herald.

  • Rocky can have my water bottle when he pries it from my cold, dead Springville fingers.

  • Family values in Utah? Hah! If we have such strong "family values," then why are we showing pornography at Capitol Theatre?

  • The only thing that will save our culture is to bring back the era of bleak, four-hour movies examining obscure philosophical concepts! Audiences love movies about people playing chess with Death.

  • It's OK; I'm a Mormon--you can keep those donations coming.

  • If it weren't for that commie pinko FDR, maybe those rotten kids would stay off my lawn.

  • I'd be able to relax at home once in awhile if only my no-good husband would quit pestering me.

  • Faith-based actions invariably make the world a better place, if you ignore the Crusades, the Inquisition, suicide bombing, anti-gay bigotry, the subjugation of women, a slew of pointless wars and biblically sanctioned slavery. Other than that, religion has a pretty clean track record.
(Brandon Burt)

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