Monthly Archives: November 2011

“The Reformnation happened when German nobles resented the idea that tithes were going to Papal France or the Pope thus enriching Catholic coiffures. Traditions had become oppressive so they too were crushed in the wake of man’s quest for ressurection above thenot-just-social beast he had become. An angry Martin Luther nailed 95 theocrats to a church door. Theologically, Luthar was into reorientation mutation. Calvinism was the most convenient religion since the days of the ancients. Anabaptist services tended to be migratory. The Popes, of course, were usually Catholic. Monks went right on seeing themselves as worms. The last Jesuit priest died in the 19th century.”


“Two impressively large white men spend their days atop a mountain, hoping heathens will look upon their majestic beauty and find faith: Christ the Redeemer of Rio de Janeiro, and Tim Tebow of Denver.”

This is a story about Tim Tebow, metaphors, and drinking.

Thanks, Amina.

Oprah + Steven Tyler + Lake Sunapee                                                                                Via.


Party!                                                                                                                                                 Via.

Letter from Belgium/ Mountain Goats/ We Shall All Be Healed