Spare Change

Spare Change #024

In no way do I mean any offence to anyone’s beliefs — it’s a free country — but I do wonder if perhaps people would be a little more skeptical.

(A little later than I had hoped today, but after yesterday’s hockey game there was much celebrating that was necessary, resulting in a rather slow start to the day.)

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3 thoughts on “Spare Change #024

  1. Dee says:

    Yeah, Jesus had a hard enough time proving His identity back then … and that was before mass media! I’m sure now someone would want to book Him on a reality show! (No disrespect intended.)

    Now, about that puzzle … it pains me to admit defeat, but I can’t for the life of me figure it out. I even asked a friend to help me with the NZ reference, and she also came up empty. The towel has been thrown …

    • One can only wonder what it’d be like with Jesus on Twitter.

      As for the puzzling reference, I will admit it’s pretty obscure but I never figured I’d stump two brains together. The “fan base” reference is to a show — which unfortunately ended after two great seasons — called Flight of the Conchords. To save a lengthy explanation, it’s about two musicians who try to make it big in New York but never can, save for one fan. Their manager, to lift morale, decides to refer to the one fan as the “fan base” to make her sound larger than one. There you have it.

      Easily one of the funniest shows I’ve seen, I can’t recommend it enough. Be warned though that it is a little odd, but what good humour isn’t?

  2. Dee says:

    Ah … I’ve heard that’s a good show, but not being an HBO subscriber, I’ve never seen it. Well done, you win!

    And I doubt Jesus Himself would Twitter, but can’t you imagine the tweets from His disciples?

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