Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Cheer up, it's only the apocalypse!

Don't worry about climate change and the stock market etc, just watch this video.

10 comments:

Amanda said...

Heh. I spent a lot of time the other day reading about these guys at the blog that "broke" the video first,
http://dougsploitation.blogspot.com/search/label/Sonseed

Pavlov's Cat said...

I thought the lyrics of the songs I heard the day I went to an Assemblies of God service were the utter bottom of the barrel, but it seems not.

Word verification: noiohh

Zoe said...

What's the grand piano for?

Ampersand Duck said...

Wow, what a rockin' axeman.

Donny is looking good for his age, isn't he?!

Alexis, Baron von Harlot said...

I have a whole repertoir of songs like this, acquired during my earnest early teenagehood. Sample: "God is better than football/ God is better than beer/ God is better than your cricket coach/ Cause he's with you all the year./ He isn't closed on Sundays/ He isn't stopped by rain/ And if you want to come to him/ He'll take you in again and again and again and again and again."

And then there was: "I am a cee, I am a cee aitch, I am a cee aitch ar eye es tee eye ay en, and I've got cee aitch ar eye es tee in my aitch ee ay ar tee and I will el eye vee ee ee tee ee ar en ay el el why."

Bernice said...

We're doomed. And Hell is obviously decorated in pink wallpaper.

innercitygarden said...

I think the real question is "why was Pav at an AoG service?"

Checking out the sound system?

lucy tartan said...

I think she wrote an article about them.

Pavlov's Cat said...

It's true, I did. Nothing but the true dedication of the worker bee could have dragged me there, I can tell you. 'Sundays in Paradise', it was: The Monthly, Oct 2005, but not one of their online freebie selections so I can't link to it.

I had my 'lost lamb' cover story all ready, just in case someone asked me what I was doing there. It was a far more horrible experience even than I had imagined. These are greedy, exploitative, self-deceiving people.

innercitygarden said...

I went to a born again wedding once, my friend was invited and had just broken up with her boyfriend so she made me stand in. It was very odd, the other guests all looked very young even though they were the same age as me, they were all married with children, and it was all over by 10.30pm. I couldn't look at my friend through the ceremony for fear of laughing out loud.