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Friday, February 22, 2013

Out to pasture

Our Jersey bud Brian Corrigan writes:

A spokesman for the Vatican confirmed that as soon as the Pope resigns, he will no longer be "infallible." It's the same thing that happened to Oprah.

Comments (4)

I'm still waiting for this to reach Bubba.

I would not want to be the person who tells him that. Of course the last things we need is a duel of the infallibles.

It must have been when the Pope opened a Twitter account and saw the real world, no one is infallible, except in ones own mind.

Fr. Guido Sarducci for Pope.


Add Cuomo and the Sate of NY to the infallibility list also:

Top Cuomo Aide Delivers Public Rebuke of State Worker Who Talked to the Press


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