Sunday in Outre Blogness: Lazy Edition!

Sunday in Outer Blogness

You may recall from last week’s episode that some commenter mercilessly sucked me into reading The Authoritarians, which has cut into the Sunday morning free-time that I normally spend finding intricate and obscure connections among the posts of Outer Blogness from the past week. And, sadly, it wasn’t one of those easy weeks with a big news item or an obvious recurring theme (though there were a few recurring dreams…). So, your reading assignment this week is either to read The Authoritarians so we can all discuss it (pro and criticism both welcome!) or — if that is too much work — just read Aerin’s post about some relative of ours accusing her of dissing “the moron church”, and discuss that.

4 thoughts on “Sunday in Outre Blogness: Lazy Edition!

  1. What can I say? There’s no arguing with the logic.

    You’re either with us, or against us.

    And by against, I don’t mean a a subtle, quiet protest. It’s a no holds barred – throwing rotten fruit at what other people hold sacred, etc. etc.

    I’m not going to change my behavior or my response. It’s just interesting to me that a religion that claims to be about family and a Christian (judge not lest ye be judged) seemingly encourages this type of black/white thinking.

  2. That’s really too bad that this relative felt the need to send you such a message. I wonder how I’ve managed to avoid receiving similar missives…

  3. Good question chanson! I don’t know. I personally think it’s random. Maybe the person gets out a family photo and shoots darts to determine who to e-mail….

    In all seriousness, live and let live doesn’t seem to be a faithful LDS motto. Well, not for some faithful LDS. I think that this person takes my disaffection personally, as if they could have done something different that I would still be LDS. It is sad.

  4. That is sad. Fortunately, I don’t think any relatives have taken my disbelief personally.

    On a totally unrelated note, this edition is so lazy that I didn’t even bother to spell “Outer Blogness” correctly! Yet, considering that “Outre” is defined as “violating convention or propriety,” it seems like I didn’t miss the mark by too much. 😉

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