Sunday, December 05, 2004
As we near the day celebrating the birth of
ostentatious corporate consumerism Jesus Christ, holy symbols are poppin' up everywhere. We had the Mary In a Toast (I looked for that at the diner tonight, but no go) a couple weeks back. And now this.
In what will be the easiest punchline of a borderline offensive joke in years, a "devout Christian" man, a priest, and a rabbie walked into a bar walked into a dentist office for a routine exam and walked out with an X-ray of his tooth with what appears to be an image of the son of God himself imprinted on it:
In possibly the greatest quote of the year, the man remarked that that he had "never before seen Jesus in an X-ray."
That makes the two of us, dude... I must say though, that his Second Coming has been...well, not to be blasphemous, underwhelming.
I don't know what this means, although my tooth has been hurting slightly the past day or two. Maybe it's a message that I need to go see a dentist now that I have medical insurance and all. Or maybe it's a message that I need to convert or else more pain will ensue.
The only converting that'll be going on is forcing a certain someone to convert into a Mac user.
Can I get a "Wat? Wat?" ...or eprops... from all my Mac users out there? Ipod lovers feel free as well.
I'm actually considering going home now (Alaska, Holla!) during my winter break just because I know my parents will force me to go to the dentist and the eye doctor for new prescriptions; I'm coasting currently on two-year-old lenses and contacts.
At least "X-ray Jesus" will give enough material to that jackass Jay Leno for the next couple weeks.