Wednesday, July 15, 2009

So if it neither prevents nor cures swine flu, but may actually help to spread it, how is it distinguishable from, say, ordinary tap water?

2 comments:

Shaun said...

Oh how I love this :)

"He said priests should also advise members of their congregation who have flu-like symptoms to stay at home."

Subtext - if you've got swine flu coming to church to pray isn't going to help you, you ungodly heathen. Unclean!

"He discouraged pastoral visits and said if a visit was necessary priests should wear sterile gloves, an apron and a face mask."

Making them look not unlike a videogame surgeon bad-guy come to "disinfect" the place - perhaps the Surgeon General from Frank Miller & Dave Gibbons' Give Me Liberty? Filthy. Burn all. Make clean.

Jason said...

If their $DIETY can't protect them from a wimpy virus (or a bullet - I'm looking at you Pontiff) what good is it? GODFAIL.

Scum-infected is the new holy.