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Teutonic Realism :: Br. Ezra

The infamous Gabrielle De Angelis, interior designer to the Pope, hoped to sway the former Cardinal Ratzinger – now Benedict XVI – away from the harsh lines and grey colors of his preferred Teutonic Realism as it conjured up crusaders and dead Muslims beheaded and burned alive for the love Jesus, but given his insensitive remarks about Islam and his love of medieval Scholasticism, De Angelis supposed that it was fanciful thinking on his part and it was quite possible that a new Holy Inquisition would soon be instituted at the further expense of Muslims, common sense and science – the designer noted, almost wryly, that women, homosexuals and protestants were somewhere near the top of the list as well.

    TAGS:  crusades, holy inquisition, Vatican interior design

Einstein explained to Schrodinger’s cat that Muslims and Christians warring with each other seemed nothing more than silly kids fighting over whose imaginary friend was better, but the wily cat simply wheezed – a sound Einstein mistook for a hair ball – while wondering how that was any different from a renowned physicist talking to a cat.

    TAGS:  Einstein, Christians, crusades, Muslims, Schrodinger's cat


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