On the sweetness of Mormon life.
I kid, gentle reader. I kid.
Tags: Mormon, sweetness of Mormon life
Adam, you are so weird. So very, very weird.
… and in this case, surprisingly wonderful.
Hurrah! Best. SSM Post. Ever.
I don’t get it……
Adam, this deserves a niblet for something. I don’t know what for, but for something.
Fantastic! A++++++ would read again.
Holy Cow, Adam. Awesome!
I haven’t quite figured out the details of how or why, but I’m sure that Adam G. is wrong.
So engrossing that I read the entire posting in one sitting!
Read it, manaen? Heck, it was so moving I *memorized* it!
I still don’t get it……
What do baby goats have to do with it?
Does this have anything to do with pigs in space?
Can I copy this to my Christmas newsletter?
Shocking. And yet…
God is in space…
NASA is disquietingly hush about whether this has already occurred.
Adam, I couldn’t agree with you more…or is it less? Happy Bastille Day!
Would marriage in space be a gay thing?
“Would marriage in space be a gay thing? ”
Do you mean ‘happy’?
I suppose it depends on the marriage. A bad marriage might become much worse in space. Imagine not having the option of calling the cops!, for instance. On the other hand, if your spouse were cryogenically frozen until you reached Jupiter, that could make for some lovely, solitary months. And the reunion intimacy might be very engaging and special, with big ole Jupiter sitting out there – the music of the spheres, and all that romance.
Also Jupiter has deadly radiation belts so the imminent prospect of death would add spice to your intimacy.
I propose a limit of one post on gay marriage per blog site per comment cycle (don’t start a new one if we’re all still ranting on the previous post.) ;)
That’s true, Adam. Danger is kinda hot, and you’ll need all the heat you can get in the cold cold dark of remote space.
As for those deadly belts, I quote Paul Rodgers, while singing with Jimmie Page and the Firm,
“turn me on tonight!, I’m Radioactive! Radioactive!”
(apologies all around)
Who are you people? I just read a few things here….. and find you all very strange and facinating. It\’s like I have been alone for so long and now….. I may have found my tribe. My real tribe? I will have to read more. Everything so far is amazing. But I don\’t quite understand. Are you mormons? Are some of you gay mormons? You are obviously very intelligent, delightful, pensive, passionate, and valiant people. I will research more and find answers. But I needed to say something immediately. Or I don\’t think I could stop all of these (literal) tears of joy.
“Who are you people?”
That’s what we’re all asking ourselves. (Especially about people like Adam :-0) (Whoops; I meant: :-)).
[Arrgh! Did I just comment on an SSM post? The radiation belt must have just collided with the East Coast.]
I read Adam’s post as a visceral outburst against a disgusting legal development from which he wants his “space”, coupled with an ungrammatical typing of “in” in lieu of “and” that resulted from the virulent, uncontrolled homophobia that gripped him while at the keyboard. But that’s just me.
Shame on you, Adam. :)
Welcome, Colette. Nice to have you here, please take a look around.
Just to warn you, if you hang around here at all, you’ll have to get used to Adam’s posts bringing tears. I can’t guarantee that they’ll all be joyful — but definitely, tears.
Yep, we’re Mormons. We write and discuss topics of all sorts around here: Politics, gay marriage, abortion, doctrine, gay marriage, feminism, gay marriage, abortion, space exploration, Mormon life, gay marriage, abortion, church history, abortion, and gay marriage.
None of the blog writers are gay, but many of use have gay friends, and some of our regular commenters are gay. Also, some of us are lawyers, and the more dapper among us dress with vests.
As Aaron Brown points out, I’m a virulent homophobe Mormon. Not that’s there’s anything wrong with that. Also I deplore tribalism, since I believe we should all love each other in peace and harmony regardless of race, creed, sex, or sexual orientation. Tribalism is so sodomitical.
Adam Greenwood should start a blog called “A Vested Interest.”
Actually, I have an even better idea.
Adam Greenwood should publish and sell a calendar with pictures of returned missionaries wearing vests.
in space suits
Floor-length vests, to cover up that unsightly ankle hair.