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Friday, July 21, 2006 

Friday Funnies: Ask A Ninja

For the Friday Funnies this week I want to highlight the "Ask A Ninja" guys (or should I say guy, since there seems to be only one). Ninjas are apparently hot these days. Doing a Google search you will find over 70 million hits, with sites ranging from "The Official Ninja Webpage" to "Ninjai: The Adventures of the Little Ninja." But if you haven't seen "Ask A Ninja" yet, you have to check it out. Their tag line is, "You Got Questions, Ninja Got Answers." Here is one of their latest videos: a movie review of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," which if you haven't seen it, is pretty funny in its own right. So without further adieu, here's Ask A Ninja: Special Delivery 7 "Pirates of the Caribbean". ENJOY!

Additionally, I wanted to link another video that I found quite humorous, but I can't post it because it includes adult themes and a few explitives. So, if you are under 17 or offended by such, don't click on the link. But if you are a Star Wars fan like myself and you can handle some PG-13 Rated profanity, then check it out. It's called, "Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager (Episode 1)" and the short summary given on YouTube is, "Life is hard when you're Darth Vader's less-talented, less-charismatic younger brother and you manage a grocery store." Once again, ENJOY!

AWESOMELY RIDICULOUS. Best review I've heard yet. except that i still liked the movie.

I watched the Chad Vader video earlier this week, and just about died. I watched it 3 times to be honest with you, and I'm on my way to watch it again.

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Paul was not interested merely in the ethical principles of religion or of ethics. On the contrary, he was interested in the redeeming work of Christ and its effect upon us. His primary interest was in Christian doctrine, and Christian doctrine not merely in its presuppositions but at its centre. -- J. Greshem Machen.

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