Sacraments or Sacrum-mints

From: (RevCarterLeBlanc)
Date: Sat, Mar 27, 2004

So this mornig, when i was about to enjoy some grape juice and
crackers with a roomfull of russian speaking jews for jesus somwehere
east of Hiafa, it suddenly occured to me that there is no clear
ChurOThSubGen dogma regarding Communion Sacraments. (or if there is,
it has faded into obscurity with lack of publicity)

My first thought was BEER & CHEESE.

Other ideas:
1. Vodka & pop-rocks
2. Yohime/Nutmeg enemas
3. BBQ Potato chips & Lemon yogurt (for Princess Wei)
4. Grilled Cheese & Frop (a la Brushwood)
5. Reds & Vitamin C & Cocaine (for the older burnout deadhead subs)
6. Cofee & Cigarettes (do this in remembrance of...shit, cant
7. Grappa & Pruscuttio (i dunno why, it's just good, that's all)
8. Grilled Unagi over white rice (mmmmm...but am i getting off track?)
9. Sex, drugs & Rock n roll (self explanatory)
10. Beef & Broccoli (ok...maybe too much of a stretch)

My vote is for BEER & CHEESE but i'll take just about anything in a

Rev Carter LeBlanc aka Rex Mondo


From: "Pretzelcoatl" <pretzelco@l>

"RevCarterLeBlanc" <> wrote:

> 7. Grappa & Pruscuttio (i dunno why, it's just good, that's all)


Well, almost. Wrap the prosciutto around a slice of cantelope. Delicious and
symbolic. Of something. Not sure what, probably something sexual and Tuscan.

Grappa, hm, probably far too obscure of an acquired taste for most SubGenii,
but certainly appropos to sacramental libation. I prefer Chianti Classico,
or if I want to spend a little cash, a good strong Barolo.

Or for those of the distinguished lowered brow, there's always Marshmallow
Circus Peanuts, or maybe Pop Rocks. Whatever cracks your slack. Just
celebrate that you made it this far.


From: Frere Jean Bleu <>

Yes Beer and Cheese works for me or beer and pizza (cold cheesy
pizza). Coffee and cigarettes are more a morning prayer and after
dinner ritual.

Looking back through the holy SubG Usenet archives there are three
mentions of Communion sacraments.

1 from Nu-Monet mentions cheeseburgers (Again the cheese)

1 from Nu-monet mentions SoylentBob crackers

And one in the UK on X day 2002 vodka, chicken wings, cocaine and
hookers (Yes I suppose you can eat them in more ways than one)

Fr J B


From: "iDRMRSR" <>

Well, I think it would be approprate, on Good Friday at precisely 8:08 PM
(or perhaps 1313 GMT), every devout SubGenius scarf down a BACON DOUBLE

That would piss off the Kosher, Islamic, Vegetarian, Hindu, and Buddhists,
right there with Catholics, Episcopalians, and maybe even honk off some
Lutherans. Then, with the bloody beef still dripping on your chin, go
outside and whack off and dribble your gism on the ground. Bound to diss a
couple of Babtists and a Mormon or two.

The success of any religion is measured by how it isolates the faithful from
followers of the other major fairy tales.

I'm going to make a special trip to Wendy's this year just to celebrate this
sack o mints!



From: "nu-monet v6.0" <>

iDRMRSR wrote:
> I'm going to make a special trip to Wendy's this
> year just to celebrate this sack o mints!

Wanna guess how they make their "hamburgers"

Give me thank or kill me.


From: (RevCarterLeBlanc)

Today, With absolutely no prompting, my parents took me to a friends
goat/sheep farm cheesery where we purchased copious amounts of
artisian cheeses. Then, upon arriving home my mom (not wanting to
cook) presented a dinner of CHEESE AND BEER!


Like Stang said, "Sufficiently advanced technology is
indistinguishable from coincidence."



From: "Rev. Ivan Stang" <>

What about the Sacred Kool-Aid And PiLz?

How soon they forget. Like, the morning after every X-Day Drill.

4th Stangian Orthodox MegaFisTemple Lodge of the Wrath of Dobbs Yeti,
Resurrected (Rev. Ivan Stang, prop.)


From: Artemia Salina <>

RevCarterLeBlanc wrote:
> there is no clear
> ChurOThSubGen dogma regarding Communion Sacraments.

"Please God, help me cleanse the computer of viruses and evil photographs
that disturb and ruin my work ..., so that I shall be able to cleanse
myself." -- Rabbi Shlomo Eliahu

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