Monday, August 15, 2005

Could be Jesus ... Could be
Gabe Kaplan. You make the call.

Now, I'm no theologian, but even if I was I think I would be hard pressed to figure out why Jesus has taken to appearing on pierogis. If the question is, "What Would Jesus Do?", is it really possible that the answer is, "Appear on a Polish dumpling in Toledo"?

What's even more disturbing, though, is that the pierogi in question has been snatched up by GoldenPalace.com, the same Internet casino that bought the cheese sandwich that looked like the Virgin Mary. If Jesus were among us today, I don't think he'd like the idea of Internet casinos any more than he liked money lenders hanging around the Temple. Actual casinos he probably wouldn't have a problem with, because at least at those there's a floor show.

Anyway, all I know is, if Jesus shows up on a knish next, I'm going to be really confused.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mmmmm ... Pierogis ...

Tom said...

Some of these auctions are ridiculous, www.bagmanauctions.com is a good example haha

praynlady said...

Questions:
1. How are they seeing Jesus in this?
2. What the heck is a knish?

Great blog. My interpretation is as follows; I am not a theologian either, however, I will say that it could be possible that Jesus is really trying to get the attention of the ones that seemingly see His face on food. Diet maybe?

Underachiever said...

Ha-ha "knish"

You sir, crack me up!

Undr

PS My belly looks like Buddah's does that count? I'll call the Golden Palace people.

grody jo-dee said...

people have way too much damn time on their hands if they're fascinated by this sort of thing.

Mollenkamp said...

I think Golden Palace Casino is just cornering the market because they have inside information that the second coming is going to be soon. Really soon, I mean, like before a pierogi could spoil.