Monday, August 29, 2011
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
This videotape needs no introduction. Mr./Miss/Mrs. Ashanti Staten says it all...the earthquake we experienced on Tuesday came from Libya, and to make matters worse...she needed to get a "street shoutout" Cash Cab Style for the name of the leader (or former leader) of Libya...
Remember y'all...GOD is coming.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
A blogger named Awesomely Luvvie blogged today that she found something very interesting on Juanita Bynum's Facebook page. According to the blogger, it appeared that Juanita Bynum was speaking in tongues on her Facebook status. Here is the link to the Blog [and when you go on the Blog, make sure you click the link for Bynum's Facebook page]:
The "status" that this blogger is referring to can be found on August 17, 2011. I only read three posts. There could be more, but I had to stop reading; it was just too much.
What do you think? Is Prophetess Bynum speaking in tongues on her Facebook status? If so, then...well, I'm going to have to "shout" her out as an Ignorantic....'cause speaking in tongues is reserved "FOR SPEAKING" not "TYPING" on your Facebook status.....
Monday, August 22, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Note to this Ignorantic: Honk the next time you see that BIG-EYED two legged creature in church, ok?
In response to a question about household chores, this ignorantic answered "Well, I was in the mist of doing my vacuuming when I discovered..."
Monday, August 8, 2011
The Ignorantic who uttered these words needs a life preserver...
This Memorial Expression was sent to me from one of my readers.
Here is the Memorial Quote:
"Thank You For The Good Times and Unvaluable Memories. You'll Alwayz Be in My Heart, In My Mind, And My Prayers. I Can't Find Ther Words To Say How Much I Miss You!....Rest in Peace".Usually when Ignorantics say that they can't find the words...they really mean that. If the person who passed away "will alwayz be in your heart, mind, and prayers", why are the memories so unvaluable? Why did you spell his name wrong? [I redacted the name]
Special thank you to the reader who sent this to me. This has truly been another invaluable Ignorantic experience.
Monday, August 1, 2011
Well, this equation is not that difficult to figure out. This particular Ignorantic must be a mathematician!