(If you've read Crowder's newest book, you'll recognize that I'm not being original here. But I thought it was funny anyway.)
Edit: I've cleaned it up to make it easier to read.
Jason says: christy says she dogs on w. bush a lot in Plan B
Craig Nash says: yeah, that's why i didn't like it as much. too vitriolic.
Jason says: I figured it wounded you
Jason says: no one likes it when people talk bad about their daddy
Jason says: :D
Craig Nash says: in this one she expresses her dissatisfaction, but she actually addresses how she had to get over her hatred for bush. in plan b it really was "i hate bush," and she was seriously hateful.
Craig Nash says: yeah, funny.
Craig Nash says: maybe if i'd read plan b now, i might like it more... because i've "progressed." although not as "progressive" as she is.
Jason says: speaking of hating bush, we watched "an inconvenient truth" the other day
Craig Nash says: yeah, i hear it's good.
Jason says: I don't know if I'll ever be as progressive as she is
Jason says: yeah, I liked it
Craig Nash says: she killed a guy.
Craig Nash says: there's a chapter in this book about how she performed an assisted suicide to a guy who had cancer.
Jason says: I wish he would have left out some of the partisan politics
Craig Nash says: that was rough to get through.
Craig Nash says: that's the deal... i think many people would become much more environmentally friendly if they didn't feel like they were being politically attacted. the effect is, "well you think I HATE the environment? then fuck you, I'll show you hate for the environment." no one ever appeals to people's good natures.
Jason says: I enjoy reading her stuff, but she's not my spirtiual guide
Craig Nash says: she's mine.
Craig Nash says: you'd better hope you never get cancer.
Jason says: inconveniant truth was great....if not for the obvious partisan parts I would consider showing it in church some day, but I think you could divide a church over just a few of the partisan inuendos
Jason says: I do hope that I don't
Jason says: but if I do, I'll keep you at arms lenght
Craig Nash says: me too. i thought that joke might would have been funny, but it didn't come out very funny.
Craig Nash says: in my head it was.
Jason says: no, it was funny
Craig Nash says: good.
Craig Nash says: that was a close one.
Jason says: I think we're both funnier on chat
Jason says: everyone is funny on chat
Craig Nash says: i'm immensely more funny typing, especially with people i know.
Jason says: maybe we should start a chat comedy routine
Craig Nash says: ha!
Craig Nash says: serious audible laughing.
Jason says: people could tune in once a week for our chat cast
Jason says: complete with a range of emoticons
Craig Nash says: more audible laughing.
Craig Nash says: (puke)
Craig Nash says: that is funny, vomit.
Jason says: :x
Craig Nash says: it has to be at this time, though. i'm not as funny in the mornings.
Craig Nash says: i'm happy in the mornings, but not funny.
are you still here?
Jason says: yeah...still here
Jason and Christy Edwards says: I had to check something
Craig Nash says: can i post the last portion of our conversation on my blog?
Jason and Christy Edwards says: which part
Jason and Christy Edwards says: sure
Craig Nash says: good, because i think it's funny. starting when you say you watched inconvient truth.
Craig Nash says: because the chat cast comment made me laugh, so i figure it may make others laugh as well. and maybe i'll get a load of comments saying, "You two should most definitely do a chat cast...I'd tune in."
Jason says: then we just have to figure out what a chat cast is
Craig Nash says: we have to invent it.
Craig Nash says: i mean, you just did invent it, we just have to work out the kinks.
Jason says: you have to promise to change my spelling errors
Craig Nash says: actually, i think it's already been invented. they are called chat rooms... but if we called it a chat cast we would remarket it to a new generation.
Craig Nash says: we'll be the new youtube.
Craig Nash says: we'll have an automatic editor.
[11:42:45 PM] Craig Nash says: for the errors.
Jason says: you're not going to include the part about bush being your daddy
Craig Nash says: yeah, i thought i would.
Craig Nash says: because i laughed at that.
Craig Nash says: but not that hard.
Craig Nash says: it hurt a bit, but i also saw the humor.
Craig Nash says: i'm including all this also.
Craig Nash says: even the part after i asked your permission... so watch your language.
Jason says: oh
Jason says: it's tempting to type a "word here
Jason says: to be funny
Jason says: but I won't
Jason says: future search committees might be reading
Craig Nash says: it is, it's almost like I'm writing a blog post as we talk. (btw, i've already used the "f" word... should I delete it for the search commitees? or just use the f%$#?
Jason says: no, no, you can use it...it works for you...you have to be authentic
Jason says: you know, bc you're emergent
Craig Nash says: very.
Craig Nash says: i'm remergent.
Craig Nash says: im merging back into what i emerged out of. it's a new theology, and it will catch on.
Craig Nash says: i'll be the new mclaren.
Jason says: see, now I have chat fright, because I know people are eavesdropping on our conversation
Craig Nash says: alright, this is enough material. i've got to go to bed... the parents are visiting tomorrow. that'll make for a funny future chatcast.
Jason says: sleep tight
Craig Nash says: i will, have a good day. and stay away from the south.
Craig Nash says: and have fun at the wedding.
Craig Nash says: send my greetings to all present.
Jason says: I will
Jason says: later
Craig Nash says: later.