Thursday, July 5, 2007

For the people who care

Hey... well... I guess for the people who care H Robert is going to be okay. They managed to extract the lawn dart from his chest and it was pretty lucky that it missed every vital organ.

I'd just like to say that I thought it was a bit rude that so many people clapped so loudly when Crusader Guy plunked him right in the middle of his spirit prayer thing. Yes, it was a bit long and everything but can we really say we have that spirit of vatican 2 down?

Che'

15 comments:

Rob said...

The crusader should have thrown the dart at H. Robert's head. Then there would have been no chance of striking a vital organ!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Che' Lovell said...

Well, what was most embarassing to me anyway was the fact that Tim Robbins was all covered with blood and stuff and you know he started to shout "their coming for me! the fascists are coming for me" and how he ducked behind Susan Sarandon.

I mean I always thought Tim Robbins was cool because he's really pretty tall but you know I think he's just a big wuss.

And the way Danny Glover was out of there so fast and all. I mean, yah you know we had to get ambulances and all but it wasn't like the picnic was over or anything. At least the scientologists like John Travolta stayed to the end. He is AWESOME! I mean I know he was really mad that I got to touch L. Ron's brain (and accidentally killed it with some germs) but he's over that. I hope you all like the free copies of Dianetics he gave out. I have extra if anyone wants one.

Che'

Sr.Fairah said...

Rude is a total understatement. Do we have the Spirit of V2 "down?" NOT HARDLY.... And Tolerance??? We really need to do some in depth commuity building. We've got to walk a mile in each other's shoes. The MINUTE Fr. Tim gets home, he's meeting with a bunch of us, and we're discussing how to go about really understanding compassion and tolerance. We need a huge trust-walk or something...

larsterkhan said...

Sr. Fairah,

I've got an idea better than a trust-walk. How about a corporate recitation of the Litany of Our Lady of Czestochowa. Maybe even over 9 days like a novena. Or perhaps a Litany in Honor of St. Michael the Archangel. I hear he may be a little lonley over the past 38 years or so.

Sr.Fairah said...

larsterkhan, I'm afraid I don't understand you .... litany??? Novena? Those have GOT to be Latin. You-a-maka-no-sensa!

radtradchad said...

I must admit I broke my vow of not smiling and had quite a chuckle over that. An extra minute of flagellation for me!

Also, Che, Vincenzo will compensate you for the destruction of your camera.

-Fr. Chadwick LeJanvier, SSLI

Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC said...

Che,
There was never anything to fear. I knew from previous experience that H Roberts be an immortal heretic. If ye can't kill him, join 'em! Tis 'll in good fun!

I'm glad that the 'Bloody Sword of Truthiness Ale' sampler pack was such a big hit. I would like to remind everyone that the HKTTC is now accepting orders. Please support our novices and buy some great ale for ye friends and family!

Cordially,
Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC

Che' Lovell said...

Crusader Guy and Father Chad:

Yah it was really fun even with the near fatal wounding of H. Robert. You know if you hadn't impaled him I'm not sure he would have ever shut up. Anyway, it looks like he's writing something about socialized medicine. I'm all for that but I think he's just going to annoy people. Don't worry about the camera.

I really liked that beer. That was great. I'm sending this last weeks church collection to you so we can store up a lot of it.

I think your right Sir Leonard about him being unkillable because I think H. Robert is like 2000 years old or something because if you've ever looked at him real close he's almost transparent and stuff.

Oh YAH! Have you seen Krystal?. She was all swoony over you but I don't think she can do that bicylation thing you do so I expect she's probably hitchhiking her way to that truck stop.

Anyway, you guys will have to come back next year.

Che'

XXXXXX said...

Che,

I was just watching the video you got from the picnic and it's great. No need to worry about the still pictures (Sorry to hear that your camera was broken), I'm sure we can get what we need by doing still shots of the video clips. The audio is great too--you must have gone everywhere with those microphones I gave you. Our Arabic translators are listening to Dr. Al-Fakkir's conversation as we speak.

I'll have Agent Johnson speak to our accountants to get a check sent out. It should be here in a month (They are very reluctant to let that money slip out of Washington).

Agent Smith,
Department of Homeland Security

Your Cousin Vinnie said...

We wouldn't happen to be on youses videotape would we?

Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC said...

Che,

I have received yer envelope with last week's SPV2 faith community collection in it. I be sorry, but $1.34 and a "35 cents off Jiffy Pop" coupon will not get ye much of the knights' tasty homebrew.

Cordially,
Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC

Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC said...

Agent Smith,
If ye need that Dr. Al-Fakkir 'taken care of', ye may wish to talk to Vinnie and the Borgia family about their services. I've heard rumors that they've provided their services to the federal government before (like that little JFK problem they took care of).

(BTW, Vincenzo, you'll be pleased to know that the HKTTC completely supports Sicilian independence. Once the Knights have restored the Truly True Church's temporal dominion over the West, thy country will finally get its revenge on that Mussolini empire of Italy.)

Cordially,
Sir Rev. Leonard Feeney, HKTTC

Sr.Fairah said...

Say, was that homebrew organic????

XXXXXX said...

Sir Feeney,

I do not need him "taken care of". At least not yet--my job is just to keep tabs on him for now

Agent Smith

XXXXXX said...

I must say that I enjoyed your beer, though. Fr. Chadwick saved some from the picnic for myself and some of my collegues.

Agent Smith,
Department of Homeland Security