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Archive for "Nov 16 2007"

I Would Have called it: “Heebs and Jeeves”

Teh Friday Funny

“I thought I had made friends in Croydon, but when I ask them for money they don’t give me it, so I know they can’t be my friends.”

Dude, take it from someone who knows how it goes from both sides of the equation, I offer you this earth-shattering secret: nobody likes a mooch.

He now receives £32 a week in vouchers from Croydon Council to buy food with while he awaits deportation.

Unsatisfied at this, he griped: “Croydon Council only gives me food vouchers, they won’t give me cash. I want the money.

“I have nothing to buy new clothes with, I have to go to a refugee centre. But if there’s not anything nice there, you leave with nothing.

“I want the council to give me a bigger flat and money instead of vouchers.”

Yeah, and I want to be declared King of Shaolin and decree every goddamn Brooklyn refugee with “product” in his hair be set on fire at Center Court in the Staten Island Mall… that don’t mean it’s gonna happen anytime soon.

Illegal immigrant demands to be flown home because Britons are ‘rude and unfriendly’ | the Daily Mail

By His Noodly Appendage

ABC News: Pasta Monster Gets Academic Attention

When some of the world’s leading religious scholars gather in San Diego this weekend, pasta will be on the intellectual menu. They’ll be talking about a satirical

    pseudo-deity

called the Flying Spaghetti Monster, whose growing pop culture fame gets laughs but also raises serious questions about the essence of religion.

“Pseudo-Deity”? As opposed to what “real” deity?

As a Recovered Catholic who has recently left the Church of the Most Holy Ramones (but retain my political affiliation) when the last of the Trinity–Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee–let slip his mortal coil, I have no problem now embracing the Pastafarian Lifestyle.

Although I will retain my right to use Christian iconography as potent spoken/written invective, as in “Jesus Mary Mother of God, don’t these morons have better things to talk about?”

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