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You don't get my comment, do you.
I thought you were showing oof your knowledge of dinnerware. So I guess not?
Write out the 1st letter in each type of china. What do you get?
W D T P R S.I don't get it. Is this like that scene in Rosemary's Baby where the title of the book was an anagram?
Send me a donation and I'll tell you what it means T-man. AceMy word verification is "prest" LOL
What is your fascination with The Z, anyway. I'm starting to worry you're obsessed. Do you resort to making him the butt of your jokes when it's a slow news day? Once or twice, yeah. But we get it... PS- I still have a monumental crush on you despite this unnatural attraction to Z. :-P
Terry - yes!!! Rosemary's Baby!! You get! All the tea in China and evil cats and possession! You figured it out.
Well, I must say I found his tutorial on poached eggs most helpful.I'm not kidding.
I would rather a priest serve the people of God than offer cooking instruction, but maybe that's just me.
Kat - you do the same thing - I've seen your posts. Some of his posts make me laugh and frequently remind me of British sitcoms. And yes - his blog provides filler for slow days.I also check his blog out right after Spirit Daily each and every day.
I meant to add, I am a faithful follower of his.
Thom, teach a man to cook and he'll stop going through the drive through. Maybe.
Terry, you're a faithful follower of whose what?
Nan, that's great, but I see no evidence of that in this particular case. ;)
Spirit Daily seems to be the Catholic version of the National Enquirer.
Thom, there are many ways of serving the People of God; while I find his combox polarizing so tend to only read the blog through the RSS feed, he posts a lot of good information and answers questions that people want to ask anonymously. I think he brings good to those who are isolated in areas where their preferred form of Mass isn't readily available.Of course, I'm way ahead of him; my soap arrived today and my coffee and tea have been shipped. Kitteh and I are going to have a tea party. I think Terry and his poodles are going to have coffee.
I'm more interested in access to any Mass than one's Mass preferences, and I know well that there are places even in this country that don't have the priests that are necessary. However, I won't change anyone's mind on this one, just like die-hard Corapi fans will never let him go. It is what it is. :)
Julie - that is true - I find it entertaining - just like WDTPRS - and sometimes I find instruction - but more so fun posts. ;)Thom, you are so orthodox.Nan - I'm a follower of Fr.'s blog.I should explain a bit further: Fr. Z is from here - and as another native son, I ve taken an interest in what he is doing. He publishes every day, several times a day, and I find that interesting - especially since I know how much time one has to be online to be able to do that. He's an unusual priest and almost every priest (and Catholic layman) I know who knows him is always very curious about him and what he is up to. Therefore I doubt my keeping up with his adventures is all that unusual - most daily bloggers have regular readers and commenters. I do not subscribe to Fr.'s comment box since I do not register for his screening process, I actually comment in the form of a post on my blog. See how that works? As I've said before, I find him amusing and entertaining, and very often rather informative.Now back to regular programming. ;)
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