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Sunday Funnies


The first six this week...oh, my...I don't know if I have the words. No, I don't have the words.

I think the Pope has made some good steps forward, but I'm still glad that we've switched to becoming Episcopalians. The "Church" still has a long way to go.
nonamedufus said…
It was a sad and confusing week in Canada, Bryan. My thoughts can be found here...

I'd say this Pope is the most progressive one the Catholic church has ever seen. I'm a lapsed Catholic and I agree the Church still has a long way to go.
Not a good week.... still thinking about the Cirillo family.
Indigo Roth said…
Some corkers this week John. Sad times, of course. Indigo
jannaverse said…
Favorite #1: Political ads kill ebola. If only that was true!
Favorite #2: Sadly, the one about how shootings are so commonplace here in the States. "Here, we call that a Wednesday."
nonamedufus said…
No, not a good week at all.
nonamedufus said…
Some really funny ones, Indigo and some very tragic ones too.
nonamedufus said…
Your ebola pick was quite funny. and "if only". The ones about the shootings were very sad, particularly the one you mentioned which portrays such incidents as commonplace in the US of A.

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