On a cold afternoon, in 1945, and a man and his goat decided to head to the world series. The man bought two tickets: one for his Goat, and one for him. As they approached the ticket turnstile, and the ticket agent. The Man handed the ticket agent two tickets: one for him and for his […]
I discovered a Twitter account called, Church Curmudgeon and found some really hilarious ones. Well, laughs for this cradle Episcopalian with a weak sense of humor! We hired an organist from the local baseball team. The best part was getting a seventh inning stretch 2/3 of the way through the sermon. If your Easter sermon […]
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You may have seen the recent study done at UVA that found that people preferred electric shocks to being left alone with their thoughts. As the Atlantic reported, Considering the many challenges life has to offer, entertaining yourself with your own thoughts for a few minutes seems like one of the easier hurdles to overcome. […]