What is so fascinating about the previous post is that it directly contradicts my opinion! Naturally, anytime I find a contradicting opinion, I am fascinated. Veggie tales and intelligence, in my opinion, should never even be thought of in the same mind, let alone mentioned in the same conversation. Having never heard "You are His Cheeseburger" or any of the other afore-mentioned and as quickly forgotten songs, I cannot really accurately reflect on the lack of intelligent content in those songs, but based on my previous disastrous encounters with Veggie Tales, I can accurately reflect on the intelligence of its regular listeners.
All things considered (thanks to NPR), I have found it profitable for me and my friendships to assess the intelligence of my cohorts from a very biased and anything but objective viewpoint. If I assessed it objectively, I would have to consider that Mark Silvestri was addicted to Hank the Cowdog, Anna is the ringleader of a pack of Vegetables, and others amused themselves with the shallow pith of Old Time Radio.
Now, regarding Patrick McManus and Calvin and Hobbes...
Have I mentioned the positive impact that late-night dorm-room conversations with Tim figure into my personal sense of humor? If you have never experienced these, then I completely understand why you would think that Veggie Tales are funny.
Speaking of Tim, doesn't anyone appreciate the Far Side anymore? I am not implying anything about Tim.
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