Sunday, September 14, 2008

Is it wrong to punch a mime?

Ok, well, how 'bout in CHURCH?

I'll give you one guess as to the Diocese in which this "Passion of the [Mime]" was allowed to take place.

Thanks for that, Bishop Clark. Thanks a lot.

H/T to Rich at Ten Reasons

5 comments:

Tom in Vegas said...

I try to look at this from a psychological perspective and wonder exactly what went through the mind of the imbecile who thought this type of thing was appropriate. Subsequently, I wonder what other aspects of that person's life is inflicted with the consequences of their misjudgement.

The Digital Hairshirt said...

Oh, Kit, my buddy Fr. John always gets a kick when I send him videos of liturgical dance - you KNOW I have got to send him this one, since this tops even dance!

LarryD said...

The ringleader of this charade needs to be severely chastised - that's who I'd punch - at the very least, I'd show him what a millstone looks like.

Fr. Erik Richtsteig said...

It is never wrong to smack a mime. To smack a mime in a church is positively a virtue.

Angela M. said...

I would even go so far as to say that smacking a mime gets you time off in purgatory!