Wednesday, June 23, 2004 :::
I snagged these from elsewhere and cannot be credited with their discovery, but they are funny nonetheless. Is nonetheless one word? I can't remember.
Truth in advertising: Not so surprisingly, this badly marketed item is still in stock, so order now.
Parental freaks: Yeah, child birth is a miracle and all, blah blah blah, but when some people have kids, they tend to lose the ability of rational thought.
Christian freaks: Holy christ, don't take your obsessive religious fanatacism too far or anything. The testimonial on the home page is so awesome that I can only assume it's all made up. "The nurses tell me that the blood didn't have no AIDS, but they didn't tell me it come from some unbeliever."
News flash: er, duh.
::: posted by dan at 12:18 AM :: [ link ] :: (2) comments
2 previous comments:
Um...is religious belief one of the questions you're asked when you donate blood? Is there a whole "profile" attached to the bag of blood that follows it around? Can you imagine..."Mr. Jones you recieved 6 pints of blood. 2 from an atheist, 2 from a famous religious leader and 2 from a republican. Enjoy!"
By , at 12:18 PM
I myself might wretch to know I'd been contaminated with Republican blood. I suppose it would be nice to think of no one else but myself for a while, though, just for a change of pace.
By dan, at 5:48 PM
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