Monday, June 06, 2005

John Paul's Blogs


As you may have heard, J.P.’s assistant has refused to “burn the late pontiff’s notes as his will demanded, arguing that the papers contain ‘great riches’ and should instead be preserved.”

I’ve had a chance to read through J.P.’s musings, which are basically diary entries about his views on ethics, philosophy, politics, and soccer. I found them to be quite boring, and only useful to cure insomnia.

He originally wanted to have these notes on his own blog website, but he wasn’t quite computer savvy.

I told him that blogging required an Internet connection, but he didn’t believe me.

He told me, as Pope, he shouldn’t have to be connected to the Internet, but that his computer should automatically submit his notes to a blog. This was a miracle he hoped to perform: blogging without an Internet connection. It obviously never happened.


Blogger dAAve said...

Your Holiness

You obviously have a wireless connection to your power. He may have had fear of the underground connections that were His only chance for some internet fun. Please don't judge Him too harshly.

yours in service

6/06/2005 6:13 PM  
Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

But, if his notes do eventually end up on the internet, then he will have succeeded in blogging his notes from the grave. He never ceases to astound and amaze.
You better keep on your toes!

6/06/2005 6:45 PM  
Blogger Tan Lucy Pez said...

Holy one,

What do you want done with YOUR notes? Not that it matters, since apparently your wishes won't be followed anyway. I saw you on TV this morning. You were smiling. I guess you got a good night's sleep after reading those OLD Pope's diary entries.
Respectfully yours,

6/06/2005 6:46 PM  
Blogger The Lazy Iguana said...

So what you are saying is that future popes should use reverse psychology. If you want your notes burned, say in your will that you want them all published?

6/06/2005 7:01 PM  
Blogger jevanking™ said...

If you want your notes "burned," you are going to have to tell blogger to take your blog off of the internet, I doubt they will take them off though because of their significant social and historical value.

6/06/2005 7:33 PM  
Anonymous Georg said...

Curing insomnia is a lot. People with a clear conscience sleep well. Do you ever sleep?

6/06/2005 10:03 PM  
Blogger Sehbai said...

I'm sure that if someone posts J.P's notes on the web, they will become FAR more popular than your blog ever will, just like Tupac Shakur's albums did ok after his death

6/06/2005 10:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He probably would have just downloaded kiddie porn anyway.

6/06/2005 11:23 PM  
Blogger The Math Ninja said...

Maybe if J.P. musters up a 'miracle' post-death he can be a saint?!? ...or not...

6/07/2005 8:40 AM  
Blogger AltaredBoy said...

Hey You is a FAKE MAN!! I is the REAL pope:

6/18/2005 11:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

y did he have to use a computer in the first place? could've left the notes in a paper diary and expect them to surface on the internet like whoa!

1/01/2007 9:36 AM  

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