View from the choir

I am a Catholic layperson and Secular Franciscan with a sense of humor. After years in the back pew watching, I have moved into the choir. It's nice to see faces instead of the backs of heads. But I still maintain God has a sense of humor - and that we are created in God's image.

Friday, June 30, 2006

Startling Ark developments

A team of Archeologists have claimed that they may have found Noah’s Ark, and the reason for mass extinction of a number of species.

The Texas team located what appears to be the remains of the Ark in Iran's Elburz mountain range.

In the suspected Ark, they also discovered a pile of bones, with signs that the animals had been butchered.

“As near as we can figure, it appears that the people on the Ark did not bring enough food for themselves or the carnivores they had on board, so they had to eat some of the animals,” says Dr. Clem Whingnutt.

Dr. Whingnutt says that not only was there physical evidence of knife and teeth marks on the bones, but there were also artifacts that suggest the animals had been eaten.

“There were empty clay jars labeled `Babylon Barbecue Sauce' right near the bones,” he says.

Scientists will be examining the bones to determine what species they represented, but Dr. Whingnutt says one set of single-horned horse-like skulls suggests one of the species that did not finish the trip.

“I think this proves that that song about the unicorns missing the Ark was wrong,” he says.


Blogger John B. said...

DR. Whingnutt?? Babylon BBQ Sauce?

Didn't Noah and his crew know about the dangers of eating meat? How fattening and unhealthy it is?

That story was a great bit of humor for the morning.

11:29 AM  
Blogger Richard Grabman said...

But... were the unicorns Kosher?

4:28 AM  
Blogger Kay and Charlie said...

We're not BS fans,sorry man.
You look like the perfect candidate to fill in our Q's. Oh please do @aokay

8:49 PM  

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