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Saturday, September 25, 2021

During a group church tour I was in earlier this evening, one of the fellow curiosity-seekers identified himself as a Unitarian Universalist.

Which prompted me to think of the old joke about Zen:

Said the Buddhist to the hot dog vendor: “Make me one with everything.”

Following the religiosity-food connection, and given the trademark big-tent approach to theology that accepts Christianity, Humanism, Judaism, Paganism and whatever else, I hereby re-frame that joke for Uni-Uni to: “I’ll take one of everything”.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sat 09/25/2010 07:15pm
Category: Comedy, Society
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b before cLet the pop-cultural record show that Shakira’s last big hit single was “Loba” (or “She Wolf” in English).

Her new song release is “Loca”, or “Crazy” in translation.

“Loba”, then “Loca”. Was that similarity planned? Then naturally, the alphabetical progression calls for her next release to be entitled “Loda”. Not that that’s a real word in Spanish or English, but a pattern is a pattern. And really, since it’s Shakira, I’ll listen to just about anything she puts out, since it’ll sound good regardless of meaning.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sat 09/25/2010 11:44am
Category: Celebrity, Pop Culture, Women
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