Posted on 07 September 2014.
ST. LOUIS – Explaining that he had, “literally no idea what they were thinking,” deity of the Catholic Church and contributing author Yahweh said in a press release he would no longer be accepting prayer requests from officials at Cor Jesu Academy in reaction to their firing of two homosexual teachers.
“I’m sorry, I really am, but I just can not, in good conscious, continue to cure the sick, pick winning lottery numbers, and alter the outcome of sporting events if the request comes from members of such an institution. These sanctions are both warranted and necessary.” Read the full story
Posted in Religionism, Society
Posted on 03 October 2010.
ANANAPOLIS, Maryland (GlossyNews) — What started out as a simple educational outing for a group of sight impaired lesbians from the local Helen Keller Institute for the Blind, ended up with almost all of the women being herded into paddy wagons for a noisy ride to the city jail.
Tail ‘n Fin fish market manager, Bill Leopold had this to say, “Man! It was getting real ugly! Those poor women must have been locked up way too long before they brought them here. The seafood smell just got to ’em I guess. They just went plain crazy!” Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Society
Posted on 24 September 2010.
Posted by your South America correspondents, Maria and Consuela Lopez.
Sex is a private matter, except for performance artists employed in the adult entertainment sector, who are generally really nice people.
Except for Diane; she was a real bitch.
Oh, I know Hermana; I hated her too!
But sex is private matter and nobody else’s business. Stupid on the other hand, that is everybody’s business. Glossy News has learned that up in Arkassippi or somewhere, a girl is suing her hillbilly high school because her tuxedo picture didn’t make it into the yearbook. Gringos have been known to do some stupid things, but this just about whacks the piñata. Read the full story
Posted in Society, World News
Posted on 18 April 2010.
Milwaukee, WI (GlossyNews) -– A Wisconsin District Court Judge appropriately named Crabb has ruled that there will be no praying on National Prayer Day unless it is done in private. “Whether you are an atheist or a true believer, a heterosexual or a homosexual, a Republican or a Democrat, a man or a woman, you cannot pray in Wisconsin on this day,” said the ruling handed down by Crabb. Read the full story
Posted in Society