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Thursday, July 06, 2006

De profundis

Seriously, if it could, mind you, how much wood would a woodchuck realistically be expected to chuck?

Also, did Joanie really love Chachie, or were they just actors pretending?

Finally, I have felt for many years that Whitney was saving all her love for me, personally. But I must say she's been extremely subtle about this, never having called me once.


Anonymous justine said...

Um...OK, Patrick.

Do you think it's creepy that you don't post for a long time and when you do I'm suddenly right there?

I'm not stalking you.

This is creepier--can you send me your new e-mail, please? All the stupid jokes I've been sending you for months have been bouncing back and I'm getting tired of it.

I'm assuming you haven't deleted mine yet. If you have, you can always ask me for it. I'm parked in the white van across the street.

5:55 PM

Blogger Patrick said...


Don't you DARE stop sending stupid jokes my way. Same with urban legends and prayer requests for little Billy who was kidnapped by those who would steal his 90 lb. tumor, and don't forget stern warnings from Bayside over Three Days of Darkness.

That white van. Now it all comes together. All this time I never knew who I was waving to....

9:23 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That "Three Days of Darkness" End-of-the-World scenario was started by the BAYSIDERS?

11:47 AM

Blogger Patrick said...


No, you're right -- it's been floating around prior to Bayside, but "Veronica the Seer" of the discredited-along-time-ago Bayside has done her bit to spread such nonsense.

1:28 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, my experience has been when Protestants flake out, it's usually about the End of the World (TM).

When Catholics flake out, it's usually some form of "Mary Channelling" (i.e. "I have a Vision From The Blessed Mother!!!") Sometimes I wish St. Mary would actually appear to some of these wanna-bes and slap some sense into them.

Same Anon as above

5:30 PM

Blogger Patrick said...

Anon: I'd pay to see it. Our Lady with worn leather boxing gloves slugging a wannabe. "Spirit Daily" would instantly label it a satanic deception.

9:47 AM


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