An ad by a Seattle burger restaurant, inspired by the fact that Easter Sunday is on April 20 (4/20), which is a special day for cannabis enthusiasts.
Of course, some people are already saying that the ad offends them. But in the ad's defense, there is a long-standing argument that Jesus and his disciples probably were cannabis users
. Though I doubt that argument is endorsed by the Vatican. [mynorthwest.com
Did you know that when you die, your soul goes to a new life on Mars?
You can read all about it right here.
Here's what happens when the new soul first arrives.
Here's a little scholarly perspective.
He used to be Gavin Paslow, security guard. Now, thanks to thousands of dollars worth of body modification, he's become Diablo Denefer, Devil Man. But he says he's actually not satanic at all, "it's just a piece of fun." He's hoping to get a real, organic tail to complete his look. [catholic.org
I wonder why the trailer neglects to tell us that the dog houses the reincarnated soul of the little kid's father, who croaked in a car accident. Read the synopsis
of the rest of the film to learn of its heart-warming tale of death, malevolence, vivisection, and heartbreak. A feel-good pic!
This is a picture of Christopher Schaffer, a Pastafarian
minister, being sworn in as a town councilman in Pomfret, NY. All hail the church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster as it gains power and presence in American politics.
First he came as the lamb. He returns as the Military Man of Action!
Available on Amazon.
It's part of a set that includes the Soccer Jesus Action Figure
, Biker Jesus
, and Surfing Jesus
Back in 2009
, I posted about The Pope's Cologne, a fragrance supposedly identical to that worn by Pope Pius IX. But I failed to mention what is perhaps the cologne's most interesting feature. It comes with a scratch 'n' sniff holy card
. So if you ever need a little papal pick-me-up, just scratch the card and inhale the scent of Pope Pius.
Deborah Sengl's "crucified chicken" is currently on display at the city museum of Wiener Neustadt, in Austria. A lot of catholics don't like it one bit
, but Sengl insists she's being misunderstood. It's not about christianity, she says. Instead it's "a statement about the pain inflicted by butchers during food processing."