Go away, David, you crackpot. Go bitch about James Randi elsewhere.Whacko.
Maybe the two of them can hook up and adopt 18 developmentally challenged kids?
I'm at a loss as to understand why SUZANNE doesn't have her own mega-brood by now. Does mister SUZANNE travel a lot, and is he always "tired" when he gets home?No one in my family can look at picture of the opposite sex without getting pregnant. Thank God for birth control.
I can't stop thinking about that scene in Monty Pythons 'Meaning of Life' where the catholic woman in her house that is filled, lining the walls and everywhere, with kids and you here a squishy sound and wet smack under her, (Oh, you see it!) as she is doing dishes or something, and she says, "Get that, will you?"""The Miracle Of Birth - Part II: The Third World" is set in Yorkshire. It depicts a Roman Catholic family (Palin and Jones), who, because their religion forbids birth control, can no longer afford to feed their 63 children, who they are forced to sell for medical experiments. The skit culminates in the musical number "Every Sperm is Sacred". This satire on the Catholic Church's attitudes to contraception and masturbation is followed by one on Protestants: Chapman plays the Protestant husband next door who lectures his wife on the their church's tolerance toward birth control that enables them to have intercourse for fun, although his frustrated wife (Idle) points out that they never do."youtube (9 min)
I'm at a loss as to understand why SUZANNE doesn't have her own mega-brood by now. Does mister SUZANNE travel a lot, and is he always "tired" when he gets home?My money's on low sperm count.
Mine's on "she married a big ol' closet queen."
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