A Monday roundup of the strange, the unusual, the obscene, and the unexplainable, presented in snippets for your brain to quantify..
If you sprinkle when you pray, please be neat and wipe the seat.. Of all the places you would not expect to find the Son of Man: On a newly laid toilet floor..
MAKE LIKE A SAVIOR AND LEAVE: When he’s not busy on someone’s bathroom, floor, Christ is elsewhere.. like on lumber ..
Dateline England: APPARENT “exorcisms” of children have been taking place in the early hours of the morning on a street corner in South Norwood… Members of the group were heard to say “release your spirit” and “get the demon out” – which has alerted the council and police to monitor what is feared may be an exorcism.
The child stood in the middle of the group appearing not to move while the leader – a woman – repeatedly shouted “in the name of Jesus”.
We have not heard about the black eyed children in some time.. but apparently they’re back. The latest haunt they have decided to roam: A place called Cannock Chase.. And answering the call, a paranormal investigator (who writes books) from London..
More fear: Economists warn of coming crisis. *Apparently no one told them we haven’t exited the one we are still in*
A must read editorial from CAMILLE PAGLIA is appearing in TIME.. Among some many important things, she writes: Wildly overblown claims about an epidemic of sexual assaults on American campuses are obscuring the true danger to young women, too often distracted by cellphones or iPods in public places: the ancient sex crime of abduction and murder. Despite hysterical propaganda about our “rape culture,” the majority of campus incidents being carelessly described as sexual assault are not felonious rape (involving force or drugs) but oafish hookup melodramas, arising from mixed signals and imprudence on both sides.
Three’s not a charm.. but chances are you’ll be seeing three-breasted women this Halloween..
Ditch all of the typical costumes… this year be an alien-human pilot.. A really cool Halloween costume to scare the kids.