The musings of a traveler on Life's Quest
I grew up on satire and parody and lampoon, and I think these are subtle masterpieces, because what is actually being parodied isn't immediately obvious (though, judging from the responses to the pieces in the blog you directed us to, a lot of people think they "get" the point, when they probably don't...). I was reminded again how religious culture, and not theology, is often the real flashpoint between believers.
THis is true Peter. I love well done satire--I can still remember the first time I read A Modest Proposal by Jonathon Swift. I loved it. Some of my classmates didn't get it, even after the concept of satire was explained.
I love these videos.