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Law, culture, and Catholicism...up in smoke!

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Hail Mary Community Commisions new Mosaic

TOMATO FIELDS FL. "It's beautiful! I will look at it again and again," said Hugh Lem Ming as he read a prepared response from notes in his palm, "I love how the eyes follow you as you move around and you can see the cameras mounted in them zoom right on you."

Residents of His Majesty Tom's (HMT's) Town, a.k.a. Hail Mary Town, today gathered for a small catered picnic on the south lawn of the town center to celebrate the commissioning of a new image of HMT, the "Founder" as Christ in majesty saving the town from themselves.

It was difficult to find anyone who didn't love the idea of an image of the Founder in their new church, and the camera surveillance didn't seem to bother anyone. "I can't wait until they install the lightening bolt generator that can zap people," said Mr. Ming continuing to read from his card.