Humor Whatever happened to? by Jeffrey Miller May 4, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller May 4, 2005 Some people have been wondering whatever happened to Sister Mary Biko, PhD? Well she is back with a progressive roundup. 15 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Revisionist history next post Thank you Jesus You may also like If these were silent March 21, 2016 Hurricane season June 1, 2008 Asparagus blessing at Worcester Cathedral causes row April 28, 2017 Going South theologically May 17, 2005 Free Triddy! April 11, 2006 The Seven Deadly Gilligans April 17, 2004 A Barack Obama Christmas Carol December 21, 2006 Ten Commandments Feng Shui July 3, 2005 The Papal States November 20, 2006 Laetare Sunday March 18, 2007 15 comments Lucy May 4, 2005 - 1:24 am I’m so very sick and tired of hearing about “nuns” that are upset over the Church and the election of the new Pope, and thought the last Pope was lack luster to boot. So move on. And I mean just that, move on to a Church that has your requirements. It’s out there, go get it. Stop trying to change what cannot be changed. Certainly not by a bunch of dissident nuns that wanted to start running the show mainly because they were tired of the men folk running it. “We want to wear red robes too!!!” My advice would be go buy a red bra, and then join the Episcopalians……and there you go. Robin May 4, 2005 - 5:41 am Ugh. I love you, Curt Jester, but this post sounded way too much like what I’ve really been hearing since April 2 — too sad to be funny. maria horvath May 4, 2005 - 7:54 am What a clever satire, making fun of Ratzenfreude like that. And the sideswipe at Kerry and Clinton lovers was a nice touch. Sean May 4, 2005 - 8:33 am I agree with Robin and Maria. It was truly inspired satire… but way, *way* too close to the mark. It sounded *too* real. I’ve heard these people, and this really could have been them talking. That you can do this makes me fear for your soul. 😉 David R. May 4, 2005 - 11:44 am Yes, it looks like you’ve already got somebody over there fooled into thinking that is a genuine site. Will May 4, 2005 - 12:43 pm Now I am getting *really* confused, trying to figure out if “Sister Malarkey” is real. Jeff Miller May 4, 2005 - 12:50 pm Sister Malarkey is real as is all the quotes I used in the post. Only Sr. Mary is not real, though I do work carefully to ensure that she says the same things I have read many times by progressive religious and others. John Hetman May 4, 2005 - 1:46 pm Sr. Mary Biko: “Even in this time of profound sorrow it is good to remember that we are not alone.” That’s quite true, Sister–for some reason, I keep seeing your name flash in front of me as Bilko)–you are not alone, but joined by a many apostates, heretics, the great Amoral Democratic Party leadership, cheesy promoters of universal fornication, tenth rate revolutionaries, stale academics, fascist abortionists, and the folks who brought us the Old Coliseum when it was a vibrant entertainment center with animal acts. Let me guess that your favorite film of all time is Fellini’s “Satyricon.” John Hetman May 4, 2005 - 1:50 pm CJ-that’s what comes from my not reading the fine print. I took it seriously! What a masterpiece! It belongs in every parish Sunday bulletin before Pentecost. Fr. Totton May 4, 2005 - 4:57 pm I am sorry Jeff! I did click on the link for the piece on “Sister Malarkey” and you are right, she should be a real person, but the name is just too far out there! Maybe someone is giving you a run for your money in Satire and they actually wrote one and the media siezed on it as a real human interest story “Sister Malarkey!” Father Ethan May 4, 2005 - 6:52 pm That was very funny. I was fooled. Maybe I am an idiot. Margaret May 4, 2005 - 10:00 pm Jeff, we’re all still waiting to hear what Moloch has to say about this election, too… Lucy May 5, 2005 - 2:50 am I really did think this was a real article for the simple reason I know of way too many nuns who think and speak just like your Sr. Malarky. Wow, Did I go off just a bit much first out of the shoot? Well all I can say is your not off the mark at all with Sr. Malarky. She has many other alias’ all over the country, which is sad…. cathy May 5, 2005 - 1:46 pm had me fooled. Must remember who owns the site before I believe stories as told or recognize the satire. tony c May 5, 2005 - 4:31 pm “Obviously you are unfamiliar with satire. I will now close the register thus concluding this transaction.” -the Comic Book Guy Comments are closed.