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Darko
Turnabout :: pam

“Next time a religion-themed movie comes out,” said Darko shrewdly, “we atheists should boycott it on the premise that it perverts impressionable minds, and see if evangelists start clamoring about how we’re out of line, trying to tell people in a free and open society what to believe.”

    TAGS:  irony, atheism, Darko, evangelism


Giving Pause :: pam

Pastor Darko’s sermon on the lamentable death of the comma took an inordinately long time to deliver.

    TAGS:  Darko, commas, punctuation


Robage :: pam

“Sequins, no; braid, yes,” said Reverend Darko firmly, as he passed his final sketches of the new priestess robes around the tables.

    TAGS:  Darko


Decisions :: pam

At the shop of harmless eccentricities, Darko weighed whether to start wearing a velvet fez for writing sermons, or to prominently carry an ivory cane that once belonged to Emerson.

    TAGS:  Darko


Reverend Darko wove wedding vows like a spell, which he cast over supplecants and congregation alike until, at the moment of their consummate kiss, the inconvenient fact of the bride’s and groom’s five previous marriages (total) was banished from all local memory.

    TAGS:  Darko, vows


“Because if I went on a diet,” explained Darko patiently, “I couldn’t eat all these cookies.”

    TAGS:  Darko


Discipline :: pam

“Parenthood is like being an architect,” Rev. Darko advised a distressed couple, “in that, no matter how carefully you build a structure over 18 years or so, sooner or later, you’ll have to step back and see if the silly thing can stand on its own.”

    TAGS:  Darko, parenthood


 

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