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February 8th, 2002 · No Comments · Uncategorized

From the beating-a-dead-horse department:

“Reading the Bible teaches children to believe in the supernatural,” said one English Literature academic from Oxford University, Lewis Williams. “The tales of Jesus turning water into wine are fairly harmless, but there is a serious risk of children drowning if they try to walk on water,” he said. “And the chance of serious bodily harm isn’t exactly minimised by that whole ‘resurrection-from-the-dead’ story either.”

You know, those Harry Potter fans just might have a point about that. Personally I think all that “begat” talk is responsible for teenage pregnancies as well.

Thanks, JOHO.

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