by Richard on September 3, 2010

Thanks to Michael Tobis

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Pam 09.04.10 at 8:04 am

9. As a last resort, write a blog.


Rick O'Donnell 09.05.10 at 12:42 pm

And please, don’t do anything rash…perhaps we can find another crisis to occupy our attentions and the whole thing will simply ‘go away’…


Pam 09.07.10 at 1:43 am

What happened at the international ecumenical conference when a man rushed in shouting ‘Fire! The building’s on fire!’:
The Methodists immediately gather in a corner and start a prayer meeting.
The Baptists cry out ‘Where’s the water?’
The Congregationalists shout ‘Everybody for themselves!’
The Presbyterians mumble ‘No problem! We are the brands predestined to be plucked from the burning.’
The Fundamentalists bellow: ‘Flee from the wrath to come! - Matthew 3:7″
The Salvation Army make a joyful noise, praising God for the blessing fire brings.
The Lutherans nail a notice to the door giving 95 reasons why the fire is not justified.
The Quakers say they will not be moved….till moved by the Spirit.
The Unitarians get up…and both leave in different directions.
The Roman Catholics form a procession and march out in grand style.
The Anglicans…..wake up.
The Uniting Church of Australia appoints a chairperson who will in due course arrange for a committee to look into the matter.

I’m kinda glad I’m an Anglican - the only denomination to truly appreciate the restorative value of sleep on the body.

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