Video: Graduation Prayer Meltdown

What I particularly love about this meltdown graduation speech is the apology for the sin of “worshipping the intellectual mind.”

I am not sure what school this is? Does anyone have information on the graduating institution that is praying not to be captured by intellectualism?

I particularly love the nonchalant approach of the school official who continues with the program and mentions it would be nice for someone in the back to call an ambulance.

40 thoughts on “Video: Graduation Prayer Meltdown”

  1. Funny.Wichita Falls, TX, tooooo close to Oklahoma.

  2. What is particularly pathetic is that this speech was given at a Public University in Texas.

    Part of the University’s mission statement is:

    “The university strives to prepare its graduates to set high goals, be productive members of the global society, understand and relate to people and ideas different from their own, and continue to learn throughout their lives.”

    I’m guessing she forgot to (a) read the mission statement (2) understand what that mission statement means and (3) realize that the mission statement doesn’t just apply to Christian fundamentalists.

  3. What… on earth… was that.

    Is she on a daily mix of anti-depressants and alcohol by any chance? She’s clearly possessed by something.

    “mercy rather than judgement” she says… But there are people who don’t know her God, who are making wrong decisions, that are not living their lives as he calls them to live.

    Jon Stewart would file this under “You’re not helping”

  4. Elaine M:

    LOL – A Scarlett wanna-be, “Oh! The vapors! Get my smelling salts, Prissy!”

  5. A wasted thousand dollar ambulance trip unless it’s going to a mental hospital.

  6. Well I, for one, shall continue to worship intellectual minds wherever and whenever I find them. Because it’s an increasingly rare phenomenon, coming across an intellectual mind.

    I’d normally say something along the lines of “Jesus wept”, but I’m guessing He’s all cried out at this point, and here we are not even halfway through the year.

    As for the unfortunate and pious young lady in the video, I’d say she has a promising future in the Party of No. They can always use a good book-banner in their midst.

  7. vlf2112–

    “No ambulance needed – she was just having an orgasm. All that love for Jebesus and all …”

    An orgasm–or maybe she’s experiencing a bad case of the vapors. Get that lady a fainting couch–STAT!

  8. Well didn’t the NYTimes write something along the lines of: “Tea Backers Wealthier and More Educated”

    This is merely be an example of what those wealthier and mored educated Tea Party college graduations must look like. Perhaps they should wear cowboy hats with tassels as it appears to be head toward the Timothy McVeigh school of thought anyway.

  9. is it true that the act of pulling away from the grasp of an officer is assault?

  10. No ambulance needed – she was just having an orgasm. All that love for Jebesus and all …

  11. It’s truly hard to believe we are actually living in 2010 and that some, knowingly have chosen to try their hardest to actually go BACKWARDS in their thinking, living, believing and acting…

    We seem to be truly stamped in time as the most ignorant peoples EVER to inhabit this tiny little blue spec we call home…

  12. I think this couple may be in need of some prayer:

    Randy Quaid and wife arrested in Santa Barbara
    April 26, 2010, 4:05 PM EST
    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — Randy and Evi Quaid showed up in a criminal courtroom two weeks late Monday and were arrested on outstanding warrants, authorities said.

    The actor and his wife were ordered held on $100,000 bail and told to return for a court hearing Wednesday, Senior Deputy District Attorney Lee Carter said in an e-mail.

    The couple have repeatedly failed to show up in a Santa Barbara court for hearings in a felony case alleging that they defrauded an inn out of more than $10,000. They have pleaded not guilty, and their attorney has said the money has been repaid and the Quaids hope to resolve the case.

  13. Did everyone simply leave the stage with her still there? Not that she was actually seizing (rather she was seizing the opportunity), but still, they just walked away?

  14. Vince,

    Fair questions. I haven’t figured out the source yet, although it sounds like it was taken with an iPhone or something. It may or may not be legitimate. One risk of these kinds of recordings getting out is that:

    1. The government will make recording border crossing interviews illegal, and
    2. Border agents will search or seize iPhones and other devices more frequently

    Mike A,

    That’s agreed on the attitude of the border agents, and why I posted. The absurdity of the questions, quick tempers, intimidation, and ridiculous assertions of assault are very much in keeping with the police state we continue to build.

  15. puzzling, I just listened to the YouTube audio. It appears that the “obstruction of justice” commenced with the failure of the Canadian couple to satisfactorily describe the precise store they intended to visit at the outlet mall. Maybe they should have produced something like a grocery list. I would love to depose the immigration agents who conducted the interview. We can expect similar situations to be viewed as sufficient to constitute “reasonable suspicion” under the new Arizona statute. With any luck and a few young men with a badge and an attitude, we should even see an occasional story about people shot for not producing their “papers,” or producing them with too sudden movements.

  16. If your god commands you to speak gibberish?

    You might have a career at FOXNews.

    Hey! It worked for Glen Beck.

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