Sunday, April 16, 2006

Happy Easter!




Link takes you too a site to send vintage e-cards. They are really cute! Hope your Spring is as delightful has ours looks to be!

3 comments:

The Moody Minstrel said...

Happy Easter to you, too! May God bless you and keep you in His grace in the days ahead!

Now why the m****r f*****g h**l aren't there any f*****g comments on this g*d-d****d thread? S**t, I'm p****d to f*****g h**l over this f****d up load of c**p, g*d d**n it! If this were a political post you f*****g b******s would be ALL OVER IT, but NOOOOOOO!!!! Too goody-goody for you, eh? Too mamby-pampy for you, eh? Well, why don't you s**t-faced s**s of b*****s just p**s off and shove it all where it REALLY hurts???!?!?

*pant pant pant*

Sorry about that. Carry on.

Pandabonium said...

Happy belated Easter everyone. Even that kvetching, moody guy with a mouth that needs a good soapy wash. (Wow, be a couple of days late in checking on a blog that hasn't posted anything for a week and see what you get?)

One of my nephews has a young son - Andrew - who is about 5 (I'm a bad uncle. I don't keep track of birthdays very well. Maybe he's 4). Anyway, they were planning on going to "Lego Land" in So. Calif. a week ago. Andrew had a dream that he found a big stone. When he lifted it, Jesus came out along with the Easter Bunny and they all went to Lego Land together.

The moral of this story is (I think) that kids DO listen in Sunday school and at home. Be sure to teach them the difference between religious stories and pop-culture myths, or they'll get confused. I'm sure there must be kids who believe that Santa is one of three wise men too.

DewKid said...

Sticking with Moody's tone, I have a nice easter story: I went to a magic lecture last night, and the guest magician was talking about magic acts gone wrong. One such act involved a young nervous magician who was going to demonstrate the appearance of a bunny. He set out a metal pan, and proceeded to spray lighter fluid into the base. He continued spraying for a very long time, until he had quite a puddle of flammable liquid in the pan. He flicked a match into the pan, and it burst into flames. Quickly covering the pan with the lid (the intent is to smother the flames and produce a rabbit), the magician pulled it off a bit too quickly. The live bunny, now covered in burning lighter fluid begins to squeal. An observer quickly grabs a fire extinguisher, and ends the horror. I'm guessing that magician's career was ended rather abruptly.

This is one of the many reasons I will never use a live animal in one of my acts! A stuffed bunny might not be as spectacular, but it makes less noise when it is on fire.

Satan or Santa. You decide!