What’s Wrong with the World

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And now, to lighten up your day: The Porpoise-Driven Life

Favorite line: "And what better fish to teach us than a fellow mammal?" I also like the porpoise born without original fin.

HT: Esteemed husband

Comments (11)

I don't know who put the video together, but the original idea seems to have come from Catholic blogger Jeff Miller. He's done a lot of clever stuff over the years.

Hey look at that. It's almost word for word the same. Well, I'm glad Jeff Miller didn't get robbed of the credit. Thanks for the additional info.


I thought it was absolutely hilarious. "Tired of praying to Jabez?"

At first I thought it was a PETA video, they are true believers.

That was too much fun...may give new meaning to " It is FINished" sorry Lydia, I could not resist...

Puns welcomed, Frank.

What really made me shake my head was the way that the little devotional thoughts (not swimming alone, coming up for air) really do resemble serious devotionals I have seen.

I know of one curriculum (_not_ one that I use, I hasten to add) that taught physics (physics!) by comparing prayer to a wave. Or a wave function, or something.


Having worked alot with Christian publishers, they are always fishing for the next BIG seller. Prayer of Jabez being one big seller in the past. The hot item right now is " The Shack ".

Oh no, this kinda makes me think of the orca as evil now. Boycott Shamu!

It is too PC to call them orcas. Call Shamu a killer whale.

He's not a 'killer' whale, he's just reacting negatively to societal pressures. Don't be judgmental!


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