Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Video Love

In this jiggscast we salute something we love: campus preachers.



The direct link is here.

12 comments:

Carl Spackler said...

i want Jiggs to be my valentine.

Kat said...

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY BOYS!!!!

miss kendra said...

the part where you throw your head back and laugh???

my favorite. i'm watching it again.

also i think he meant that he loved you and wanted to be your valentine. but then, don't we all?

slappy said...

Happy Valentine's day to all of you, and Carl, if you look out in the bushes around midnight, you just might find your valentine.

slappy said...

Kendra: All of the jiggsblog writers are secretly Muppets.

TastyMcJ said...

I'm not sure what he meant, slappy, but I saw a guy on sproul about an hour ago yelling something to the effect of:

"... and all you cellphone zombies, who maybe forgot to turn your cellphones on after you left class, you better take them out of your POCKETS!!!! and TURN THEM ON!!!!.....CELLPHONES!!!!!... ALRIGHT!!!!!!!!!!"

I don't know if he was for or against cellphones.

Or Zombies

jamwall said...

at the university of minnesota we had our share of campus preachers who would appear in the main mall area on campus. the mall area was comprised of several large squares of grassy areas that led up to the auditorium. sometimes you'd get 2-3 dueling campus preachers who could claim their own square with small audiences of slightly amused students.

jamwall said...

another observation.

why do many prison immates frequently declare that they are preachers? is it to impress their parole board so they can get out?

america's prisons have got resemble extremely crowded college campus squares with about 300 dueling preachers ready to stab each other in a god turf battle.

slappy said...

Tasty: Pro-cell, anti-zombie.

Jam: I'd like to imagine one of the preachers leading a crusade against the others. I might have gone there for grad school if there were going to be religious war reenactments led by crazy preacher guys.

Prisoners might find out in prison that people send TV evangelists money and it's (usually) totally legal.

Lilly said...

I love the authentic, truthful, and detailed insight into American culture and American life that this blog offers its readers. Man, you guys have expanded my horizon! :-D

slappy said...

And we love our EU friends.

Lilly said...

:-D