Sunday, March 23, 2008

Good advice

The paper edition of the News had this squib in the world briefs Friday, headed "Unusual Warning":
Health officials in the Philippines have issued a warning to people taking part in Easter crucifixion rituals, urging them to get tetanus vaccinations before they flagellate themselves and are nailed to crosses, and to practice good hygiene.
Update: More Easter silliness: Check out the caption on the Post's picture of the traditional sunrise service at Red Rocks:

"Members of the New Generations Christian Ministry sing along during the services just before the sun was to rise. (Helen H. Richardson / Denver Post)."

"Just before the sun was to rise." That's one cautious caption-writer.

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