the daily purge 2-25-19

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The Purging Lutheran begins today’s thingie with the opening background vocals to Paul McCartney’s song, Smile Away, from the album, Ram.

Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the
Don’t know how to do the tango

If you haven’t heard the song, these read quick and are forgettable. If you have heard the song, you might be thinking, “So, that’s what they’re saying. I never knew that!“. And it’s not just that but if you find the song on the blinterblobbenet and listen to it two things will happen:

  1. One, you will never read the lyrics the same way. The tune is catchy so when you read the lyrics you’ll read them along with the tune.
  2. Two, because the tune is catchy, it’ll be stuck in your head noodling its way through your entire being. Consider yourself fore-thee-warned.

Thank you, Paulie. You are My Sweet Rib’s favorite Beatle.

This picture is a picture of one of MSR’s old purses. It looks more like a cigarette case. Man, I sure could use a cigarette. Smoking was and is one of my joys in life. I grew up surrounded by and engaged in ethnic food, liquor, smoke, tart language and moderate hygiene. I’ve improved my game on most of these items. I purposely take two weekends a year, buy a pack or two of smokes, smoke ’em. Afterwards, my lungs spend the next week feeling weak and timid. That’s just the way it’s gonna be. It’s one thing to exorcise smoking and eating and those other things from your life but just don’t stake your Christian reputation out of it; nobody (Christians or otherwise) wants to hear about it.

 

1 Corinthians 6:19-20
Or didn’t you realize that your body is a sacred place, the place of the Holy Spirit? Don’t you see that you can’t live however you please, squandering what God paid such a high price for? The physical part of you is not some piece of property belonging to the spiritual part of you. God owns the whole works. So let people see God in and through your body.

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