Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Marching in the vanguard of the Republican Revolution

School's back in session, and that, of course, means that the Mendota Beacon is once again marching in the vanguard of the Party, staunchly defending all that is right and good in the world.

I really wouldn't even mention this, except that I was on campus the other day and picked up a copy, and was almost excited by one of the articles. Because the Beacon is the Beacon, I cannot link you directly to the story in question (although here is a .pdf version - the story I'm talking about is on the top of page 4), but it really isn't important, because I'm more interested in what the story didn't mention.

The article was about the Orthodox Christian Fellowship - a group of students of the Orthodox faith (apparently all branches of Orthodoxy mingle here). Now, anyone who has spent any time in Madison, or at anyone who has seen the Orthodox church out on East Wash, should be expected to have really only one burning question for this particular group: "So, what's it like going to a church that's next to a porn store?"

This pertinent issue is not so much as mentioned.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Steve, good to see you back. What'd you think of that mad-lib?

11:04 PM  
Blogger Steve S said...

Howdy Mike - thanks for stopping by!

Hmm... the mad-lib. Kudos for trying something new, but I didn't really read it, except to remark to myself that the Beacon was ripping off Mad-libs. Worth a try though, probably.

4:33 PM  

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