Friday, December 25, 2009

Women in Black celebrating the birth of Jesus

Due to the nativity of their lord, Berkeley Women in Black will NOT be holding their usual mute vigil today. Instead, they will be giving toy kalashnikovs and little checkered scarves to their grand-children, and singing reworked carols that specifically include mention of the remarkable machismatic similarities between imprisoned Palestinian activists and the young radical Jesus.

We wish them a merry, politically correct, sufferingly meaningful, and Berkeleyite in every way Christmas. Even the Methodists among them.
Enjoy your roast tofu and wheat-germ, girls, you deserve it!

We'll see you again on the thirty first. Bring booze this time.

1 comment:

man with desire said...

This article shakes the tradition about the birth of Jesus: