Posts Tagged ‘lds’

Sacrilicious: Listen to the Entire Soundtrack of the Hit Broadway Play “The Book of Mormon” Right Here

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

Well, here it is, streamed straight to you from the NPR.

It takes about seven minutes for the more profane aspects to kick in. If you’re the sensitive type, just listen to the first track. (You don’t want to hear what happens in Africa.)

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And here’s the official reply from the official MormBlog:

“The production may attempt to entertain audiences for an evening, but the Book of Mormon as a volume of scripture will change people’s lives forever by bringing them closer to Christ.”

O.K then.


Act I
  • “Hello” – Price, Cunningham and Mormon Boys
  • “Two By Two” – Price, Cunningham and Mormon Boys
  • “You and Me (But Mostly Me)” – Price and Cunningham
  • “Hasa Diga Eebowai” – Mafala, Price, Cunningham and Ugandans
  • “Turn It Off” – McKinley and Missionaries
  • “I Am Here For You” – Price and Cunningham
  • “All American Prophet” – Price, Cunningham, Joseph SmithAngel Moroni and Company
  • “Sal Tlay Ka Siti” – Nabulungi
  • “Man Up” – Cunningham, Nabulungi, Price and Company
Act II
  • “Making Things Up Again” – Cunningham, Cunningham’s Dad, Joseph Smith, Mormon, Moroni and Ugandans
  • “Spooky Mormon Hell Dream” – Price and Company
  • “I Believe” – Price
  • “Baptize Me” – Cunningham, Nabulungi
  • “I Am Africa” – McKinley, Missionaries and Ugandans
  • “Joseph Smith American Moses” – Nabulungi and Ugandans
  • “Tomorrow Is a Latter Day” – Price, McKinley, Cunningham, Nabulungi and Company
  • “Hello” (Reprise) – Company

OK, I’ll Bite: Why _Do_ Mormons Build Temples? And Why is There a MORMON.ORG/Oakland But No /SF?

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

So this is just all a tease, turns out. But you try if you want, type in

I see a bunch of crap but I don’t see the answer to the question that the Morms themselves raised on their very own billboard. (Speaking of which, nice 48-foot board you got there, CBS. Maybe when there’s another Prop 8 you can make even more money, huh?)

Check it, and don’t miss Christina Loren in there, lower right – she’s the Angelyne of the Bay Area don’t you know. She, like Jebus, is everywhere.

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But what about the 415? I mean, are there billboards in Oaktown touting, you know, equal time and whatnot?

Sadly no:

Now, I know what you’re thinking, you’re thinking, well what about something else, like:

I’m fresh out of ideas.

Well, I feel dissed, LDS.

I feel dissed.

San Francisco Loves Again: F*CK MORMONS Banner Removed

Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

Things were a little hateful around the area of 606 Sanchez Street in San Francisco a few days back when people could see a large, fuchsia “F*CK MORMONS” banner from all around. While some caution against starting a holy war, others aren’t as circumspect.

The whole affair is still the talk of the town.

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via Daniel R (MisterDarcy)’s photostream

But lo, the offending message got taken down lickedy-split post-haste, even on a quasi holiday. Here’s the same scene from this afternoon: 

See? The houseboat house is now message-free. Credit for getting the sign down might go to Michael Thomas, a blogfather who seems to have a lot of pull in the area.

[UPDATE: Joe Vazquez burns the shoe leather and basically confirms the above here, but he also garners a flurry of quotes from the engineer in question.]

On to new bidness, the next big rally. They’re calling it the Million Gay March, or something. It should be under sunny skies, regardless.

No on Prop 8 Rally
When: November 15, 2008 – Saturday, 10:30 a.m.
Where: City Hall, San Francisco
What: Protest against Prop 8