Sunday, May 07, 2006

A priest, an imam, and a rabbi walk onto a soccer field . . .

Sounds like a set-up for a joke, right? Well, according to the May 1 issue of the Times of London, that's just what's going to happen in Berlin during the run up to the World Cup finals! A team of Mulsim Imams will play against a team of Christian Priests, and organizers are hoping for a Jewish Rabbi to referee.

The biggest hurdle, as of now, is finding a good date. Friday is the day of prayer of Muslims; Saturday's out as it's the Jewish sabbath; and Sunday would be a tough day for the Christians. Still, if they can work this out, can world peace be far behind?

In Gassho,

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dude, you've got a blog! So happy to discover it - we'll still be able to get a bit of your humor and wisdom even after you've moved on from Yarmouth.

- Steve Gruverman (in Antigua, Guatemala at the moment)

btw, I'm sure you could indeed find a good joke and punch line to follow up on this!