Monday, March 27, 2006

Super-Size Me Guy Shows True Colors

The documentary filmmaker who gave the world, "Super Size Me" after living on McDonald's food for a month really got the crowd worked up during a speech at a Horsham, Pennsylvania high school. Apparently Morgan Spurlock used foul language (including the Queen mother of all dirty words) and referred to mentally handicapped individuals as "retarded kids in the back wearing helmets". The mentally handicapped children were taken out of the speech. Many of the remaining students actually cheered. However, Spurlock's following speech was cancelled by the school.

What did Spurlock have to say for himself?
Spurlock said he's never had a complaint after giving similar talks at
other high schools and colleges.... "The greatest lesson those kids learned
was the importance of free speech," Spurlock said.

Way to go Mr. Spurlock. Let me enlighten you with a quote, "All things are lawful; but not all things are expedient. All things are lawful; but not all things edify." What brillian mind penned these words? The apostle Paul through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Pretty applicable I think.

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