Watch this… like… video… you know?

With a tip of the biretta to CMR enjoy this video, have a good chuckle, and then make it your personal project to show it to at least five young people.


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  1. Tominellay says:

    I’m watching that, and I’m, like, do you think??

  2. ghp95134 says:

    You know, fershur …. that was, like — you know …. awesome. D’yaknow-wad-I-mean? Dude!

  3. TomG says:

    Yeah, but does anybody, like, like to speak like that?

  4. Tom Ryan says:

    Someone needs to play this for Jimmy Aiken before his next apologetic programme.

  5. Paul Rimmer says:

    Fr Z?

    Instead of, you know, showing this movie to at least five “young” people, I just, um, watched it at least 5 times. Is that ok?

  6. r.j.sciurus says:

    I wonder if the ancient Romans struggled in a similar way…

    Veritas? Quid est like, veritas?

  7. hald says:

    I have long said that if I must be wrong, I will at least be authoritatively wrong.

  8. Rachel says:

    I was once in awe of a college classmate of mine, who was clearly the most well-informed student on the face of the globe. Then he let me in on his secret: he simply said everything as if he was sure of it. He said he’d had a teacher in high school who often corrected him– “Actually, Steve, that’s not true.” But most of the time his strategy worked.

  9. Taylor Mali is a “slam poet” from New York City. His work can be found elsewhere on YouTube, as well as here:

    An advisory for content is in order, with the occasional use of expletives. One could do worse.

  10. GoZagsGo says:

    Taylor Mali is the man :) I recommend the actually video of this performance (…

  11. Mark of the Vine says:

    r.j.sciurus; Of course they did. How else did we end up with the Romance languages :-D

  12. Check out his piece “What Teachers Make.” It inspires me to go back to school and become an English teacher!

  13. Tina in Ashburn says:

    I laughed, thanks Father. If that’s okay?

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