Posts Tagged ‘Television’

14th October
written by Cullen Webb

Hasbro’s The Game of Life. I used to enjoy this game. Who wouldn’t enjoy watching their personal little piece of plastic in the shape of a human wrapped in duct tape go through the joys and turmoils of LIFE?

But they have just done something shocking. In there latest downloadable PC game, players can have a spouse of the same sex.


On one hand, I am horrified. This is an unacceptable display of support for a corrupt lifestyle.

On the other hand, I know this is only the beginning. I know there are many other putrid sources for this filth. I can only expect this from a fallen world.

There is a show on ABC right now that is far worse. Yet it is being called one of the greatest comedies of our time. A show about a family anyone can relate to.

What is it?

8th June
written by Cullen Webb

Tom Hanks stars in the new movie, Angels & Demons

Tom Hanks stars in the new movie, Angels & Demons

I became very curious when this video was announced. For some odd reason, had it featured on their home page. Of course it was taken off once an uproar started by all the members. Which I am particularly happy about.

Is this a threat? Should the Church take a stand? Of course.
Do I think it is more serious than the Divinci Code? No.
The Divinci Code tried to crumble  solid Christian foundations, and forced itself as pure truth when all it had were myths.
Angels and Demons, is based completely on assumptions. For instance, Science has a chance against Religion. That seams to be the whole theme, Science vs. Religion.

Another assumption, is that any religion is a power hungry, purely evil, 911 type religion. Through the whole thing the only Church you witness or hear about is the Catholic Church, which made it even harder to decide if the movie is a threat. I don’t even agree with the Catholic Church

All in all, dont watch it. Do something better with your time, than to go see a movie that might not possibly be completely anti-Church. They don’t deserve your support.

6th June
written by Cullen Webb

99% of American households have a television.
66% of American households have at least 3 televisions.
In the average U.S. home, the television is on  6 hours, 47 minutes each day
Total hours spent by the American population watching television each year: 250 billion.
Value of said hours, based on a $5 an hour wage: $1.5 trillion.


Minutes spent each week by the average child watching television: 1,680
Number of minutes per week that parents spend in meaningful conversation with their children: 3.5
of 4-6 year-olds would rather watch television than spend time with their father.


I was blown away by that last one. Is it not obvious what our god is in America?