Thursday, December 6, 2007

Bishop Trautmann Goes Undercover


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tibotmorfenoo said...
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jefflax said...
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jefflax said...

Tibot,Tibot,Tibot,
Be of good cheer! Could it be that the journey is the destination?
I merely meant to point out that previously you had impressed me as a lucid, well thought out and sincere debator (or seeker of truth if you'ld rather). I was surprised by the shallowness of it. Pity you won't be at the cathedral this evening, we could arrange a meet up.That being said, to take your post and go home was probably a bit much. You were at the very least sincere, if not as well spoken as normal. I'm sure that anyone who has posted more than a few times has had occaision to read their posts and wince.
For my part as I sat in front of the keyboard yesterday evening I truly struggled with whom to address, you or the Owl ! I admit that at first viewing of the picture I had a negative reaction similar to yours and fully understand why you posted in such a manner.The last three posts are very unlike Fr. Kiely and I'm not sure what to make of them. In the end though I just could not see my way clear to defending the honor of Bp. Trautman.
Now you've gone and left my post a perplexing orphan to later readers. (sigh), guess I'll have to figure out how this removal process works.

the owl of the remove said...

Brethren! English humour is perhaps not well understood this side of the pond - I felt it was time we all lightened up!! Watch Monty Python and you will see my 'photo-jokes' are very gentle - let's use those chuckle muscles!

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jefflax said...

Good afternoon Fr. Owl. Fawlty Towers and Coupling provide me with many more laughs per minute (albeit a bit bawdy) than any show produced here in the "colonies". I can quote virtually all of "The search for the Holy Grail" and Benny Hill is no mystery to me. Understanding and appreciating english humor (or should I say humour? :) ) does nothing to diminish the abrupt change of direction of your three recent posts. Then another hard turn with the Maris Stella. I can't keep up ! :)
I will take your advice and exercise my chukle muscles tonight as I chuckle with pure joy from 7:00 to 8:15 at St. Joseph's.
Regards

jefflax said...

Fr.,
Tibot posted while I was writing and when I came back and read it I chukled, guffawed even.
Does that count?

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