Friday, March 31, 2006

Good Catholics Live in Chelsea

Walking home tonight I noticed this advertisement outside of a subway station. Without thinking, I read the caption first. "Of course," I thought, "It's about time that average Catholics broached the topic of contraception."

Then I noticed the picture.

The last I checked, sodomy was slightly higher than birth control on the Church's list of "dont's."


At 12:19 AM, Anonymous fictitious said...

Very amusing indeed. I have been reading your blog for years and have always enjoyed it. I noticed your ability to add video clips, which is quite impressive. Given your aptitude with video, I would like to suggest you make a music video about a fundamentalist Muslim pimp who goes around running over women in his Escolade, because they shouldn't be out in public.

At 3:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

sippin zinfandels and killin infidels

At 3:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quite an interesting post sir.Quite! In which subway station did you see this sign because I would be interested in vandalizing it.Just joking i'm not a vandalizer at all. I would like to focus on a more serious topic because your site is too funny! Anyway last night i was at a yard sale(thats right a night time yard sale)and i saw the most interesting thing. Before I tell you what it was it is important that you know what a computer is. Do you? If you do not, stop reading my online post right now! Actually just go on the internet and im sure you can find a picture there. Anyway they were trying to sell a computer stuffed with green jello. And when I tried to pick up one of these delicious and jiggling computers jello spilled all over my new blouse.They were also selling huge square crackers in cardboard boxes.I'm a devout homosexual christian and I still find this post to be superb and in very good taste. I'm looking forward to your future posts and thank you for shedding a little bit of real humor on this cyber world where we are suffering a plague that feeds off the crop known as funny.

At 12:20 PM, Blogger russell said...

Fictitious! Thank you so much for your feedback. What a fantastic idea for a music video. Coincidentally, I just heard about a soon-to-be-released XBox game that touches on the same themes, Grand Theft Auto: Medina.

At 7:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

person on the left could be a woman, given that theyre catholic... -n


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