I have mentioned many times that I do have one pet peeve: commenting on anything except what a given post is about. If you want to say "nice blog" or "I don't like your blog," that's what I have e-mail for. Don't jam up my comments with complaints.
What is it with Lutherans and beer?
Here I'm trying to run a nice clean "dry" blogroll, and every time to click to you, I get alcohol references.
Then don't have me on your blogroll. I am not dry. I like beer. I drink beer in moderation. I occasionally write about beer.
If I could find another interesting Lutheran, you'd be history!
Read my blogroll. There are plenty of interesting Lutherans there to choose from.
I've never tasted beer, it stinks too bad, but I've known beer alcoholics.
Really? I'm directly related to three alcoholics and I know of two more within my family. I've seen AA meetings. I also know that alcohol consumption does not automatically equal alcoholic.
Surely Lutherans can find better things to talk about.
When have I talked about alcohol recently? Oh, that's right. I haven't. It's mentioned in my blogroll, it's shown with the beergals (of course, the whole Oktoberfest theme goes right over your head), and I mention it occasionally. The last time I mentioned alcohol was to advise Chris H. on a choice of alcohol for his 21st Birthday. The time before that was in a piece of satire aimed at my own synod. I even satirized my own former obsession with talking about alcohol.
You would have been better off not complaining because I will ignore the presidential campaign and go into all alcohol all the time mode because of this. Teetotalers have bound too many people's consciences by making the freedom of the Christian into law. Where does God say, "you shall not drink?" Why did Jesus turn water into wine if alcohol was bad?
If I didn't give you enough reason to remove me from your blogroll, here's the last one. Norma, do you and me a favor and remove me from your blogroll please.