I’m a big fan of Drudge Report. The site is pure genius. So I’m on there and I see a link that reads : Sajak slams Obamacare. Sajak? Like Pat Sajak? Is his named spelled S-A-J-A-K? (Lets be honest, who has ever actually seen the man’s name is print) Desperately trying to avoid doing any sort of real work, I check it out. Huh. Pat Sajak is a conservative. Huh. Pat Sajak is somewhat well spoken. Huh. And Pa-OOOHHHHH my gosh he has a website. Click.
The face says it all. This dude is in his mid sixties. Look at that face! It’s literally too perfect. Almost creepy. Moving on. The first thing you read on his site is, “Congratulations!” Check ‘hear Pat Sajak say, “Congratulations”’ from the bucket list. Sweet merciful crap look at that face! It’s like wax or something. And he has projects!
Then I found it: Bojak Records. A record label. Pat Sajak owns a record label! Apparently Sajak and a friend stared it to release music from some lady named Jude Johnstone. If someone can find me a person who has actually bought an album from Bokaj Records, you will forever have my respect. All kidding aside, if this is in the Bible Code, I think its a sign of the coming of the Apocalypse.
Good ol’ Lent. Good to see you back, buddy.
I don’t know many people who share the same view as me on the liturgical season of Lent. Most view it superficially as a time where us Catholics give up something because we’re supposed to. It’s much more than that.
Lent is a time for growth and preparation. The sacrifices we make during Lent help us prepare for the celebration of Easter; This celebration is the foundation of the Catholic faith – in other words, the most important remembrance for Christians throughout the world.
I’ve got some things I’m working on, but I’m gonna keep them to myself. I plan on growing a lot this Lenten season, and we’ll see what happens. Here’s hoping that all of you have a wonderful and growth-filled season of preparation for Christ’s resurrection. God knows we need salvation from ourselves!