Saturday, July 26, 2008

Most Holy Cracker Updates

Some of you might be sick of this absurdity, but I am fascinated by the many different facets of this socially-induced sickness that have been turned to light and explored.

Here is a recent development wherein the Student Senate at UCF has voted to impeach Webster Cook. Will they do the right thing in the end? Yeah, sure (coughs out “Blowjob!” a-la Animal House).

Here is the tidbit from the article above I would like to focus on:

UCF is barred by federal law from confirming whether any complaints have been filed against Cook. But the statements included in the affidavit refer to a formal complaint against Cook by the campus ministry for disrupting the service.

Barred by Federal law from making complaints a matter of public record. Why? … because it would “hurt the whole town?” Can someone help me out here? Whom does this law serve?

And now we come to the real reason that the Campus Ministry is so angry. Webster Cook disrupted a “service”. Hypnotists cannot perform induction if they are interrupted. To put this another way, it’s hard to jerk a person off if they are distracted before the “money shot”. It comes as no surprise to me that religious organizations that demand tolerance for their money-grubbing lunacy have zero tolerance for "disruption". You might wake someone up to the bullshit that way.

Here and here are recent P.Z. Myers posts. He forgot to include the German Bologna. Why German? Beef and pork.

Here is one for the recipe books, if not the history books.

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At 9:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right, you don't want to interrupt a church service & disturb a tithes paying customers trance.
"Hey, I didn't come here to be bothered by someone challenging my illusions."

I am fascinated by the many different facets of this socially-induced sickness that have been turned to light and explored.I'm with you.
I'd like to see how the courts play it out.

At 3:50 PM, Blogger Kalanchoe542 said...


At 7:04 PM, Blogger breakerslion said...

handmaiden: The courts will probably waffle and the judge will squirm like he wished the hot potato was in someone else's lap. In the end, Webster Cook will be pilloried to avoid pissing off people with money and power.

kalanchoe542: Any particular part, or just the whole stinking thing?

At 7:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's that cynicism again.

At 7:50 PM, Blogger Kalanchoe542 said...

Ever smell a rotten potato? Yeah, kinda like that......

When is a wafer not a wafer? When it's the body of your deity of choice. Give me a f***ing break. What the hell business has a judge got with a religious issue anyway? It's not worthy of a misdemeanor, and it's not in his jurisdiction. It's a frigging cracker people! Wake up and smell the goddamned Koolaid!

At 8:07 AM, Blogger Romeo Morningwood said...

There is that marvellous 'wafer-thin' separation of Church and State...some folk just can't quite get their heads around that..

I wonder if the Transubstantiation wafers are loaded with 'Trans' Fats? I know that they are High on Guilt!

Maybe it's time that the Feds make sure that the Vatican properly labels the contents of their Lucky Charms.


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