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Ditto-Heads, Glenn Beckers, 700 Clubbers, Ingrahaminites, Fox Newsers, Acolytes of Franklin Graham, Radical Catholics, et. al. may comprise as much as thirty-eight to forty-two percent of the population of this country.  The Taliban may be a threat in Afghanistan.  The "Conservative" indoctrinated Right is most definitely an existential threat to this country, the environment and the world. -- Kevin Tully

As a Catholic I never understood why me and my fellow Catholic neighbors just didn't go rent a helicopter, fill it with holy wafers and drop 'em all over Houston or Austin or San Antonio, if those little precious crackers are what we say they are, man let's rent a transport plane and drop 'em on Iran, Afghanistan, Syria, the Sudan, let's turn the whole world on to love.

"I came into town packing a big old hammer
and I fell into a reviere about God
For so many years I was convinced it didn't matter
then I drove a nail through my arm
understanding the pain it all was shattered
I smeared my blood all over my walls

There was this crazy woman that once took my hand
said I wanna know the feel of Jesus' touch
Now I know she wasn't crazy
and it really wasn't asking too much
just a small simple touch
it wasn't asking too much
just a gift in all of us"  This is part of a song I wrote a long time ago.  It's a true story.  I'm a carpenter.

My buddy, Kevin, posted the stuff below at opednews.  He told me the other day that Conservatives hate Bruce Springsteen and Woody Guthrie.  I don't think Bruce hates them and Woody's dead.

Source:
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  •  Tip Jar (2+ / 0-)
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    Jonathan Hoag, Wee Mama

    "If you want to help mankind. Dance and let everybody see ya." -- Aunt Minnie, a Baptist

    by Franklin Cincinnatus on Thu Mar 15, 2012 at 06:58:27 PM PDT

  •  When I was a chemistry student, my girlfriend (3+ / 0-)

    came up to me with a question; "Why don't churches just pour Holy Water into the ocean? Or a big lake? Does Holiness depend on a certain molality?"

    I was, as a former Catholic, nonplussed. Why doesn't some priest or bishop convert Lake Michigan into the world's biggest font of Holy Water?

    Just a thought, but it's easier to get people to drink the water rather than eat a cracker.

    “Science is like sex: sometimes something useful comes out, but that is not the reason we are doing it.” – Richard Feynman (-9.00,-8.86)

    by Jonathan Hoag on Thu Mar 15, 2012 at 07:24:39 PM PDT

  •  Pete Seeger, too. (1+ / 0-)
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    ozsea1

    And I suspect he's none too fond of them--never has been, never will be.

    The last time we mixed religion and politics people got burned at the stake.

    by irishwitch on Thu Mar 15, 2012 at 08:40:47 PM PDT

  •  There are special basins where holy water (0+ / 0-)

    and other "sacred items" (I guess the consecrated wine that isn't consumed during mass) called piscinas.  These drain directly into the ground, so that the holy water, etc, doesn't mingle with sewage.  Catholic and Episcopal churches usually have them in the sacristy.

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