Grilled cheese and fish

“The dissenter is every human being at those moments of his life when he resigns momentarily from the herd and thinks for himself.” — Archibald Macleish

There’s a woman who is selling a several years old grilled cheese sandwich with an image of the Virgin Mary on E-bay. Apparently, when she originally made this sandwich, she claims she bit into it and saw the image on the sandwich. She has kept it in a clear plastic box on her bedside table for several years and claims no mold has grown on it.

Holy Toast

When I find myself in times of hunger, mother Mary comes to me,
speaking words of wisdom, eat grilled cheese.
And in my hour of starving she is standing right in front of me,
speaking words of wisdom, eat grilled cheese.

In other news, PETA is trying to save the fish because they’re intelligent and sensitive animals. That’s the fish, not PETA (who are obviously not intelligent and sensitive animals). I can just see massive protests at Mrs Paul’s and Long John Silvers. Maybe they’ll break into pet shops and release thousands of tropical fish into the wild. If their desire is to swim with the fishes, I’m sure there are people who can help them do just that.

These events certainly reaffirm my faith in humanity. Actually, the grilled cheese image looks more like Theda Bara. And I offer my sincerest apologies to Sir Paul McCartney (I couldn’t resist the parody).


Author: Rick

I'm a simple man, trying to make my way in the universe.

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  1. Update
    I just read in the Dec 6, 2004 issue of Time magazine that online casino paid $28,000 for this 10-year-old grilled cheese sandwich and plans to take it on a cross-country tour to raise money for charity.
    The bounds of gullibility seem to be as infinite as the bounds of stupidity.


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