Oh by the way, folks,
Today we make fun of some dude who claims he believes in the Flying Spaghetti Monster and he wants to wear a spaghetti strainer on his head for his drivers license photo. So the drivers license deptment called the cops on him.
I was just wondering how a court would decide if the guy decided to do a lawsuit over it. If they let Sikhs wear turbans or Muslim women wear burquas, why not let him wear the spaghetti strainer?
Or would somebody decide that Sikhs and Muslims are "real" religions but believing in the Flying Spaghetti Monster is a "fake" religion? Just what makes one idiotic belief more legit than another?
Well anyhow, yesterday we got the parish hall set up for our fellow church lady's birthday party that's gonna be today. She's 90 years old and still as tough as anybody. Her son and daughter-in-law masterminded the setup, so it oughta be a great party.
Then we're gonna hafta take it back down afterwards. That's a routine thing as long as somebody who's done it before is there.
Rectangular tables: stashed face down to make it easier for one person alone to handle one. Round tables: make sure you fold the correct leg in first and then don't try to put more than three tables in one storage slot. Card tables: check for bent legs before you try to fold them up.
Simple enough rules for just about anybody? Apparently not. If anything can get screwed up it will be.
Signs of life