Friday, March 26, 2004

Now THIS is funny!

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope John Paul says Sunday should be a day for God, not for secular diversions like entertainment and sports.

The 83-year-old pope also encouraged Christians, especially young people, to remain faithful to Sunday Mass, saying the secular culture was undermining family life.

Apparently, sodomizing altar boys doesn't undermine family life.

This man is so feeble, you know this is cannot be coming from him. He can barely get his drool into a cup. Can cardinals draft these things? And last I checked the 'church' doesn't deem cardinals to be infallible.

Wow - I just noticed....I got a recurring catholic thing running in this blog.

Friday, March 12, 2004

(AP) BOSTON - Opening Day ticket holders at Boston's Fenway Park this year who are Catholic face a dilemma: the Boston Archdiocese said since the afternoon game against the Toronto Blue Jays (news) falls on Good Friday, they must refrain from eating meat, including hot dogs, sausages and pepperoni pizza.

Is this really the biggest thing plaguing the catholic church? Will offenders be turned away from the Pearly Gates (Heaven, not Fenway) if they eat a hot dog? Is there any *real* meat in those hot dogs to begin with?

And should *any* catholic be taking direction with what the church deems to be correct - especially in Boston? If Cardinal Law were still around - he'd just move those meat-eating offenders to another parrish, wouldn't he?

Tuesday, March 09, 2004

This is so incredibly depressing - yet well done. I'd be remiss if I didn't thank Tom Green for sending my way.

Sunday, March 07, 2004


So, today Israel celebrates Purim, the most festive of Jewish holidays, a time of prizes, noisemakers, costumes and treats. Kind of like our Halloween. And damn if Denton didn't leave his Wonder Woman costume here in the States

As w/any holiday in Israel, it's also a time where they prepare for attacks. So again, you can see how the Golden Lasso and bullet-deflecting bracelets could have helped him.

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

Anna Quindlen has a great article in the current issue of Newsweek. She really nails how religion is probably more for the Left, not necessarily the Right. "Loving your neighbor as yourself, giving your cloak to the man who had none, blessed are the peacemakers.."

Hmmmmm......doesn't quite sound like the current administration or their friends. It's more like what she implies (?) of the Right: "I get uncomfortable feeling he's doing what Mel Gibson has done w/his movie: trading on G-d for personal gain."