Wednesday, April 23, 2008

A Roman Catholic priest who floated off under hundreds of helium balloons was reported missing Monday off the southern coast of Brazil. Rev. Adelir Antonio de Carli lifted off on Sunday afternoon with a helmet, a satellite phone, and a parachute. He soared to an altitude of 20,000 feet before he lost contact with the ground.

I think this disproves the old "When your time comes" theory. Looks like sometimes God grabs you just because you're nearby.

"Basic Instinct" director Paul Verhoeven is writing a biography of Jesus that claims Judas didn't betray him, and that his father was probably a Roman soldier who raped Mary during the uprising in Galilee.

Because sometimes you don't get enough publicity making movies where Jewish women fall in love with hunky SS dudes.

"Brokeback Mountain" director Ang Lee is returning to the gay genre with a movie revolving around the Woodstock music festival. The story will be based on the colorful life of a Greenwich Village-based interior designer who headed the Bethel, New York Chamber of Commerce and issued the permit for the legendary 1969 concert on his neighbor Max Yasgur's farm.

Rainbow: Don't try and fool me no more, Country Joe; I know what it means! Arlo Twist. Arlo Nasty! You didn't go up there to listen to Sha Na Na!

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