From noon to 2:30pm today, Rev. Smith was present at local bookstore Printer’s Inc. in order to sign books. “He must have signed about a thousand books while he was here,” commented cashier Amy Feltz. “He was busy from the moment he got here until the moment we finally caught on to what he was doing and asked him to leave.” After Smith was forcibly ejected from the store, clerks said they found Smith’s signature on books throughout the store, in nearly every department, none of which he had personally authored.
Archive for February, 2003
Flying in the face of a the conventional wisdom that has been widely accepted for hundreds of years, scientists today revealed that lightning can and does strike the same place twice. In fact, there is one place that scientists now believe is struck by lightning up to ten times every single second, or up to 8.6 million times per day. That place is called Earth. “This new discovery,” noted Dr. Edsel Montgomery, “may change the whole way in which we think about the concept of ‘place’.”
Rev. Smith has taken his two favorite sports, fishing and riflery, and combined them into an exciting new pastime: shooting fish in a barrel. All this week Smith has been in practice for what he hopes will be accepted as an exhibition event at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. “It’s not as easy as it sounds,” commented Smith between firing rounds from his brand new Weatherby Orion Side-by-Side .41 gauge shotgun. “Once that barrel fully disintegrates, those fishes can really move.” Added Smith, “For a while, at least.”
At a hastily organized press conference today, The Rev. Brendan Powell Smith vehemently denied recent charges of drug use. “I am not now, and have never been a user of drugs,” stated Smith. He categorically denied having ever tried even such socially acceptable drugs as caffeine or ibuprofen, and when pressed further, Smith cast doubt on the assertion that drugs even exist, arguing the the entire concept of drugs contains logical fallacies that can be known a priori to prohibit their actual existence, much less preclude the possibility of his use or abuse such imaginary substances.
An Oregon man today claimed the lives of 6.3 billion in a chilling speech that has taken the world by total surprise. “Today I claim the lives of 6.3 billion,” said the man — whose name has not yet been released — in a televised speech that was short and to the point. Expert news analysts, noting that the population of the entire Earth is 6.3 billion, are casting serious doubt on the man’s claim. “Then again,” noted one analyst, “maybe he wasn’t talking about human beings at all.”
Follow along with Moses, Aaron, and the whole gang as the God’s Chosen People head into The Wilderness over at TheBrickTestament.com. Look for six exciting new illustrated stories taken from the books of Leviticus and Numbers in which the hapless Israelites grapple with their most formidable of adversary of all, Yahweh himself. Also be sure to stop by the BT merchandise page, because the Holy Trinity set is now officially back in stock!
The Rev. Brendan Powell Smith enjoyed high tea with the queen yesterday afternoon at Roquinfort Palace. “Things got off to a shaky start,” admitted Smith, “when I accidentally dropped my cucumber sandwich into my tea, splashing scalding hot water on the archduke of Vonshire.” Remembering proper etiquette, Smith swiftly switched clothes with the archduke and penned him a formal letter of apology as the tea ceremony continued. The rest of the afternoon went smoothly, though things were shaky for Smith again later that night when the seventeen cups of tea he drank kept him up all night.