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Thursday, 20 February 2014

Man Whose Every Word Is Misrepresented Thinks 12,000 Word Interview A Good Idea

Eye of the Tiber is a new site to me, I'll be making it a regular stop, it's a "Catholish" Onion.

This parody from a few months ago may be a little too close to reality.
It was reported earlier this week that an outgoing Argentinian born man, whose every single word is misconstrued and misrepresented by friends in the media, has for some reason, resolved to give them an additional 12,000 more words to have fun with. “If you think about it, what’s the worst that could happen?”... At press time, the man has agreed upon an upcoming Mad Libs type interview with MSNBC, in which he would send the media outlet a dozen thousand word statement about Catholic moral teaching, with select words and sentences removed to allow easier room to misrepresent.
Well, the Holy Father does have bigger concerns than the MSM's misapprehension of, admittedly. virtually every statement he makes.

Oh, and you MUST read Unimaginative Priest Celebrates Themeless Mass, a headline I first misread as "Timeless Mass," thought it was a specific reference to what I have heard Trads call the "Mass of the Ages."

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