April 16, 2009

"Law clerk John Mize claimed that a pair of Funyuns, an onion-flavored snack food, resembled the Virgin Mary holding baby Jesus."

"He auctioned the food off on eBay and the winning bidder offered $609."

10 comments:

Bissage said...

This explains why eating Funyans always gives me Virgin Mary breath.

rhhardin said...

I wonder if the Miracle of Bayside miraculous photos are still online...

aha homeI ordered one of their books long ago and it came reeking of cigar smoke, apparently the warehouse ambiance.

Miraculous photos, which were sent to Polaroid for investigation; they replied tactfully that there was no accounting for them.

Standards are not high in the Our Lady miraculous biz.

I wanted the books for the messages from God, who talks entirely in bureaucrat langauge.

rhhardin said...

A terminal /a also hits the new line oblivion bug.

hdhouse said...

rebid pls...$666

Pogo said...

I prefer when He simply calls me directly on the cell.

Sheepman said...

Disillusioned words like bullets bark
As human gods aim for their mark
Made everything from toy guns that spark
To flesh-colored Christs that glow in the dark
It's easy to see without looking too far
That not much
Is really sacred.

Ignorance is Bliss said...

And Hillary would probably have the nerve to ask 'Who fried them?'

Trooper York said...

Jeeez is Johnny Mize still alive?
Doesn't have an old bat or jock stap or something he could auction off instead? I mean it is shamefull how the pension plan ignores these old ball players.

fivewheels said...

Mmmmm, sacrilicious.

Ron said...

Trooper, didn't the Yanks hire Mize to DH? Oh, wait that was 1952...

Since you can arrange 11 Pringles to look like Joan Rivers face, that's got to be worth $50 on Ebay, easy!