First a warning... If you are one of my active LDS readers, might I suggest you skip this post. It's nothing controversial - well, not really, but I'm not going to make any points worth debating or anything like that, and I suspect the humor may be lost on you as well. I'll try and find something to make up for it a little later today, or tomorrow.
There is a blog out there called Dwindling in Unbelief. I only discovered it a week or two back, but the dude (I'm assuming) has some funny stuff.
Recently he's been reviewing the Book of Mormon, and putting together a commentary for each chapter. One thing that has been interesting for me as my beliefs have changed, is that much of the brilliance and inspiration in the book has gone as well. I think if you read it as a holy book, perhaps that remains, but when you don't... Well, it leads to things like Mr. D.I.U's posts.
1 Nephi Chapter 1 And it came to pass exceedingly
1 Nephi Chapter 2 The incredible journey begins
1 Nephi Chapter 3 Oh my heck! We forgot the brass plates!
1 Nephi Chapter 4 Better for one man to die that a whole nation to dwindle in unbelief
1 Nephi Chapter 5 After this manner of language did they speak
1 Nephi Chapter 6 It mattereth not to me that I am particular