Kids’ Matinee

I’m going to go with another be-crackpotted car. Apparently thousands millions of plonkers believe jesus’ old lady talks via some types in Bosnia. I like that there has been a defrocking asociated with this.
From Wikipedia. The phenomenon is not officially approved by the Catholic Church.[7][10] Msgr. Ratko Perić, bishop of Mostar – and the local ordinary – has opined that, “The numerous absurd messages, lies, falsehoods and disobedience associated from the beginning with the events and “apparitions” of Medjugorje, all refute every claim of authenticity.”
Fr. Tomislav Vlasic, one of the main publicizers of the apparitions, was defrocked by Pope Benedict XVI in July 2009. He had been accused of exaggerating or even fabricating accounts of the visions, as well as sexual misconduct.

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12 Responses to Kids’ Matinee

  1. skink says:

    ‘sexual misconduct’ ?

    is Medjugorje Bosnian for ‘show me your jugs’ ?

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    • Snuff says:

      We can’t have people going around exaggerating or even fabricating accounts of sexual misconduct, but I’m not sure defrocking them sounds like an improvement.

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  2. Nevertheless, it is nice to see a bumper sticker placed squarely on the bumper of the car.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Love they are in the disabled parking bay

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  4. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    If it keeps the car out of my lounge room who am I to disagree? If only we saw more of these on VB to VN series Commodores.

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  5. PeteF says:

    Bosnia hey, and there I was hoping it would be somewhere in Central Australia requiring Bogucki like stamina to visit.

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  6. NF#1 says:

    Why go to Medjugorje when you can go to Rockingham?

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  7. The Legend 101 says:

    Such a huge sticker!

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