Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Big Love

Well, I think you can imagine what this post will be about. But hold on, I'm not going to write a sermon or even give a speech.

That's right, all I have to say is that I'm saddened people feel the need to mingle "important storyline" with mockery and sacred belief.

The Church's well written response says much more than I could ever hope to write myself.

Click here to write a kind and respectful comment to our friends at HBO, asking them to show a little more discretion and good taste.


Fletch said...

I'm amazed HBO issues issues an apology and still moves foward with a controversial decision. Its like saying I'm sorry before deliberately punching someone in the face. Obviously HBO is not sorry, or it wouldn't air the content. Spare me the lies next time and hit us in the face with some dignity.

Cougar Abogado said...

Punching him in the face, while a cameraman catches the whole scene, followed by uproarious jeers and snickering.

It's Draco Malfoy at his best.

Chino Blanco said...

Tom Hanks puts this brouhaha into perspective (and waxes prophetic) at the 3rd season premiere of Big Love:

"There's gonna be lies, and secrets, and discoveries, and problems. Television!"

Cougar Abogado said...

F-Word, I think I've joined you in the realm of no-name bloggers who finally have some random dude we've never met before post on our blog.

Celebritydom, HERE I COME!

Steph said...

Celebritydom you may be headed to, and although it may sound harsh, Chino Blanco is hardly someone you want commenting at your blog unless you're looking for a good biased argument. Especially when it comes to something sacred and important. He was a blatant Prop 8 blog attacker and pretty much just likes to single out all LDS believers. At least you are standing up for something worthwhile Cougar ;) I'm behind you 100% on the BIG LOVE issue. And Fletch is right on. Spare us the lies HBO and hit us with some dignity! The world could use with a lot more of that!