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Aaron Orear says:
Waking up at 6am when you make your own hours is pretty funny…
Never fear. Lambeth will no doubt supply all the funny you need. Unfortunately, a good proportion of it is likely to be the sort of sad, awful funny that only gets laughs in the New Yorker cartoons.
Maybe a cartoon about the ABC telling Gene to sit in the Exhibit Hall instead of going to Bible study at Lambeth.
Jaded for Jesus says:
I’m impressed at the virtue displayed by your sorting your bins out at 6am. As fellow home-based workers, we like to play “refuse roulette” – leaving it till after 9am to give ourselves the edgy possibility of missing the collection.
The waking up time is supposed to be 7.15am but the labelling is misleading. I will not pretend that I am ever doing anything other than sleeping at 6am.
Sam P says:
Brilliantly concise and concisely brilliant.
Thinking about funny things should be much easier, now that ++Rowan had decreed that lawfully elected and validated Bishop Gene cannot participate in the Lambeth Conference.
THAT is downright hysterical.
MetaCatholic » What Jesus never said says:
[...] Some churches and Christians act as though this is what the Bible says. I imagine that their ideal church foyer has an attendant who allows them to check their brains in before entering worship. (And I’d love for Dave Walker to draw this one) [...]
Perhaps you might need another little dotted and lined area, for if you have a funny dream about Christianity
webweaver.pttw (you may call me Miss Webweaver) says:
Maybe +Gene could organize a Bible study for those in the Exhibit Hall who aren’t invited to the Bible study. Unless of course he is the only one not invited, in which case we should all pray that those in the Bible study might study the Gospel texts and learn something from our Lord who dined with “sinners and tax collectors” to the dismay of the religious leaders of the day.
Superb. That’s the funniest graph I’ve ever seen.