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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Apr 1 12:23 AM

Apr 1st, 2016: Glastonbury Abbey

ab-bey [ab-ee]

noun, plural abbeys.
1. a monastery under the supervision of an abbot or a convent under the supervision of an abbess.

2. the group of buildings comprising such a monastery or convent.

3. the church of an abbey.
.... 4. a business.

I call it a business in they need cash flow to support the abbey, unlike a church which is supported by members.
A couple years back there was one here in the states, that was selling recycled printer ink cartridges.

Glastonbury Abbey was the biggie, big foam hand with #1 on it. They had a glass business going on, plus lots of land
which produced a fat cash flow. But one night some monk or brother, after a wee too much of Jesus's blood, screwed up
the put-out-the-fire-and-bring-in-the-cat, routine, burning the Abbey down.

Faced with the massive job of rebuilding, the interruption of business(cash flow), and the specter of patrons being
diverted to competitors, they prayed for guidance and consulted with legal and accounting.
Then they decided the path to salvation was to lie their ass off.

Oh yes, Artie and Gwen are buried right over there, please stay on the path, don't litter, and exit through the gift shop.
Last chance to experience this because we're going to move them, so come back next year and see the new location.

Despite being April first, and being posted by a fool, this post is not an April Fool's prank.

Gravdigr  Friday Apr 1 01:09 PM

Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
...this post is not an April Fool's prank.
This one is:

59th Anniversary of The BBC's Spaghetti Tree Hoax

Gravdigr  Friday Apr 1 01:16 PM

Checkout GoogleMaps' 'Pegman' today:

Attachment 55865

Pegman's gone disco!!

Gravdigr  Friday Apr 1 03:45 PM

Weary professors give up, concede that Africa is a country

xoxoxoBruce  Friday Apr 1 03:58 PM

April fool.

Gravdigr  Friday Apr 1 04:27 PM

I was a fool before it was cool.

BigV  Friday Apr 1 04:37 PM


I was a fool before April.

Come to think of it, I was kind of a fool for April, she was a bit of a freak.

Gravdigr  Friday Apr 1 05:14 PM

I knew one of those, too. Biblically. Man, that girl liked kissing. She coulda been a champion free diver.

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