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Hallelujah; my computer is now back to nearly-working order! I should be around much more frequently in the next week than I was this week.

Meanwhile, according to the Times of London (by way of Arts and Letters Daily), there was a recent competition for the funniest and most offensive religious jokes. (The group running the contest, the Christian humor website* Ship of Fools, is apparently testing the boundaries of British legislation outlawing religious hate speech.) All of the jokes are available here. I found one (voted the sixth funniest) particularly amusing:

I don't think this is offensive to anyone, but it is a joke that does mention several religious groups, so I'll cut it )

*I stand corrected. After reading more of the website, I have discovered it is not a humor magazine per se, but rather, to quote its introduction page, "a magazine of Christian unrest." The journal editor says, "We're here for people who prefer disorganized religion to the organized kind." As a disorganized Jew, I can definitely approve of that.
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As an extremely belated birthday present for [livejournal.com profile] muchabstracted, I present fiction!

Title: Ernie and Bert are Dead
Fandom: Sesame Street/Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
Rating: Absolutely inoffensive, unless you're offended by absence of plot


A cheerful story about murder, revenge and a grouch named Hamlet )
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Many of you just saw this on [livejournal.com profile] metaquotes, but I must share it with you anyway:

I do not like lembas and jam. I do not like it, Sam-I-Am.

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