Monday, March 28, 2016
TAYLOR: What's a blooper?
CYNDI: It's where Jan says something she wishes she hadn't but can't take back. Evidently other humans can have the same problem.
BUDDY: And Jan says a lot of things she wishes she could take back. A few months ago we told the story of how Jan stood before the local Toastmasters club and opened the meeting with the words, "This meeting is adjourned." (Bloopers, Winner and Cat Chats)
TAYLOR: You're joking!
CYNDI: She's been making a lot of public bloopers lately. In fact, last Thursday, she told her fellow Toastmasters, it was the last meeting of February.
TAYLOR: But it's March!
BUDDY: Of course it is. The members probably wouldn't recognize her now if she closed a meeting without a blooper. They are going to miss her when her term of office ends. There doesn't seem to be a worthy replacement in the blooper department. She's got that nailed.
CYNDI: Yesterday she was watching a question and answer video of five well-known ministers. She was only familiar with John MacArthur and Chuck Swindall but Greg Laurie, Jack Graham and James MacDonald were also part of the panel.
TAYLOR: Yes, they were sitting on a stage telling some fun stories of their ministries.
CYNDI: At the end they each told a story about their most embarrassing moment. And Jan found her soulmate in bloopers.
TAYLOR: Who was that?
BUDDY: Greg Laurie, the minister who said he finished a sermon, raised his arms and solemnly announced, "Let us pee."
NOTE: Here's the link, in case anyone is interested in watching the panel discussion video.