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Wayne Williams, Howie Pastor, Method Actor

Gordon Howie drags one of his favorite preachers, Wayne Williams, onto his webcam. Gordon pretends to be a TV host, while Wayne pretends... well, you watch:

Gordon Howie and Pastor Wayne Williams, online video, November 18, 2012
"I've seen that fruit."

Gord's little wave to Jesus at 2:29 is hilarious. And wow—Pastor Wayne's method acting is about as convincing as his denial that he endorsed Howie from the pulpit in 2010. Even Gord's glance at the camera at 3:07 suggests he finds Williams about as persuasive as Daniel's "confession" in Freaks and Geeks, Episode 5:

I'm with Lindsay.


  1. vikingobsessed 2012.11.25

    Personally, this is not as troubling to me as Gordon's entry today about gay parents. The misinformation and condemnation in his post linking to some kind of recent survey is unconscionable. People are free to believe spiritually as they wish, but making up facts to judge others and promote hatred is different altogether.

  2. Owen Reitzel 2012.11.25

    The only thing I was interested in as a 15 year old boy were 15 year old girls.
    thanks for the post Cory. Funny

  3. caheidelberger Post author | 2012.11.25

    V, here's the comment I just tried leaving for Gordon on that post. I suspect it will remain stuck in his comment moderation queue:

    “But the study doesn’t document the failure of same-sex marriage. It documents the failure of the closeted, broken, and unstable households that preceded same-sex marriage.”

    Assuming you’re referring to the study this above link refers to (it’s hard to tell, since you don’t have the courtesy to include hyperlinks so we can check your sources), it didn’t come out this month. It was published last spring, and funded by conservative activists. It also looks at data on homosexual couples from decades ago, when stigma and law made it even harder to be an “out” couple. Bigotry like yours makes it all the harder for those kids to grow up happy and healthy. Be part of the solution, Gordon, instead of part of the problem.

  4. Vikingobsessed 2012.11.25

    I bet your comment doesn't make it on, either! Facts have little place in a skewed universe.

  5. South DaCola 2012.11.25

    I think I laughed harder then Lindsay. I would like to thank the Holy Spirit for helping me to catch my breath.

    Now on to other important topics. Who will get their head chopped off tonight on 'The Walking Dead'?

  6. Rorschach 2012.11.26

    Gordon is a track 3 guy running a show for track 3 guys.

    Like Pastor Hickey, Pastor Williams is also a disciple? Dime a dozen these days. Praise the Looord and pass the offering plate!!

  7. Bill Fleming 2012.11.26

    Umm... not sure here, R., but I think Hickey is an "apostle" and Williams a "disciple." I suppose one can be both, with the latter, perhaps being a prerequisite for the former? Maybe Pastor H. can clear this up for us.

    (Between you and me, I'd also like to hear them discuss the bodhisattva concept, but I'm guessing that might be a little too much to ask. ;^)

  8. Steve Sibson 2012.11.26

    "Be part of the solution, Gordon, instead of part of the problem."

    We are all "problems", Jesus Christ is the solution. Even for atheists like you Cory.

  9. Bill Fleming 2012.11.26

    Which of your problems has Jesus solved for you lately, Sibby?

    Please be specific.

  10. Bill Fleming 2012.11.26

    Terrible. (...okay, funny and terrible.)

  11. Steve Sibson 2012.11.26

    Bill, he has not returned yet. The problems will continue whether you believe or not.

  12. Bill Fleming 2012.11.26

    That doesn't work for me, Sibby. There are a lot of problems that need to be solved right now. Jesus or no Jesus. Besides, the way I see it, nobody's really ever gone anywhere. Everything there ever was or will be is all right here right now. There's nowhere to "return to" because there's no where else to go. Just here. Now. All there is. Amen.

  13. larry kurtz 2012.11.26

    I'll pray to Cobbler for your sole, Bill.

  14. Bill Fleming 2012.11.26

    Thanks Larry. I prefer sole to grouper. But my fave is walleye. Can you put in a good word for me on that?

  15. larry kurtz 2012.11.26

    Crap: i'll have to pray to Woster for that.

  16. Bill Fleming 2012.11.26

    He would be a good one alright.

  17. caheidelberger Post author | 2012.11.26

    apostle, disciple... sounds like more shibboleths to me. Williams is a pastor. Saying he's a disciple doesn't seem to add any authority to his halting, melodramatic speech.

  18. Bill Fleming 2012.11.27

    That's a "short scale" billion, not a "long scale" billion, right, Larry?

  19. larry kurtz 2012.11.27

    I'm watching the 100 Eyes dealio at the Argus: long mofo scale....

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