The Law of the Jungle

Once upon a time, in the bad old days, ancestor Mitchell became annoyed with ancestor Till. Since there were no moral laws then, ancestor Mitchell decided to act on his anger. Thus, one fine morning, he gathered together his hunting buddies and savaged ancestor Till’s household. Many of ancestor Till’s relatives were killed and ancestor Till was staked out for the vultures. Since there were no laws then, life went on as before. Then, one fine morning, when many of ancestor Mitchell’s friends were out hunting mammoths, ancestor Mitchell’s household was ravaged. Many of his family were killed and ancestor Mitchell was staked out for the vultures.

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Religion is a Dirty Business

Mother Teresa is probably the figure most commonly associated with words like “good” and “selfless.” She reached out to the homeless, took tea with lepers, raised astronomical amounts of money for her Missionaries of Charity, and generally lived her life as the perfect Christian. What’s not to like?

What is not generally known is that Mother Teresa, a patron saint of the Catholic Church, had dirty hands, real dirty hands…

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