Heads-up Standup Commentators, for the best Jake and Duane, use the FREE K-TALK app on a smartphone, not a Hillary or Trump device. Also, please know dear friends, Jake resists historical education on Thursdays.
From local FOX 13. BYU relaxed its Honor Code policies in response to protests. Result: “You don’t have to got to church, but you’d better act like it,” said Jake. This change is only applicable to main campus attendees because the law school is there.
Standup Jake: “Forcing others to do things, or think in certain ways, destroys society.”
Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council believes natural disasters are caused by the existence of gay people. Tony’s house was recently destroyed in such a disaster. Does this mean Tony has tendencies?
DEFCON NERD | Guest Scott Jarvie, Photographer
Rio has the Olympics, but Salt Lake City has the Photography Decathlon, September 23-24. Founder and Mormon temple photo-takin’ Scott Jarvie, warmly invited all-comers to SLC’s one and only, collaborative photography competition, Photography Decathlon.
Deca, which means ten, introduces ten competitive photographic style categories in the bout. “It’s an amazing race that goes a little crazy, mixed with a Tough Mutter, Ragnar team-thing,” said Jarvie, “You don’t have to run, just take pictures.”
According to Jake, an award-winning Decathlon participant, “September’s Decathlon is the first legit competition, and all photographers are welcome.”
“It’s diversity of photography styles,” said Jarvie.
Jake: South Park isn’t dogma, is it? Should a Cliches and Cultural Appropriations category be added to this year’s Photography Decathlon? What do you think?
And, does a beard make you a man? Does the Mission ever truly end?
Reality Check: Natural Selection is always worthy digression.
Regarding Decathlon questions on the Street Photography category, “Life in all of its aspects, not just human life, anything that exists in that area is fair game,” said Jarvie. “Photography doesn’t have to be a living, it can be art.”
“The challenge is, you still have to find the shot,” said Jake. “The Photography Decathlon is photography gamefied.”
Providing insight into what started it all, Jarvis added, “It began when photographers got together on Google+, and then it happened in real life in places like Death Valley for a whole week.”
“Pokemon is speed-dating for dorks,” commented Jake. Scott with 132 Pokemons, has all but ten. “After two years on the road with my thoughts,” said Jarvie, “Photography Decathlon is explore, create, and compete.”