funny poem about religion

NPR – January 6, 2015

The legal saga of the monkey selfie continues: On Wednesday, a federal judge said the macaque who famously snapped a picture of himself cannot be declared the owner of the image’s copyright.At least, until Congress says otherwise.

Finally an answer to this legal quiz.
Such refreshingly silly monkey biz.


The Atlantic -November 10, 2015

Seeking religious affirmation from corporate branding is ironic, misguided, and culturally damaging.

All I want from Starbucks when I go,
Is a hot, well-brewed cup of joe.

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BBC – October 11, 2015

In an effort to make the church more inclusive, (San Anton in Madrid) is open 24 hours a day, has free Wi-Fi and even a confession app.

Online confession made short and sweet:
Google “Sin, ” type it in, hit “DELETE.”


The Week – August 7, 2015

Archaeologists are unearthing a treasure trove of artifacts from the massive 4,500-year-old monument, including intricately crafted arrowheads, a skeleton buried with an amber necklace, an early Bronze Age burial, and a rare stone building that rests in the center of the henge.

Nothing’s changed, same old thing,
Build it BIG (don’t forget the bling.)


The Wall Street Journal- April 21, 2014

Dyngus Day celebrations, to be staged Monday in Buffalo and a handful of other U.S. cities, trace their roots to ancient Polish fertility rites centered around the end of Lent and the advent of spring. As part of the festivities, young men traditionally splash water on women they fancy. Women carry pussy willow branches to hit the men they like.

The headline alone is the best of it.
You don’t need to know the rest of it.