Mass Hysteria

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Mass Hysteria

Postby Jillx on July 22nd, 2012, 10:01 pm

Hi Tom, I think you once said that you still enjoyed going to RC Mass, because of the sheer theatricality of it.
Do you still like to view this type of theatre?
Take care, Luv Jillx
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Re: Mass Hysteria

Postby Tom Baker on August 1st, 2012, 11:06 am

Jill,

I also used to sniff incense like a bloodhound, and I adored the blessed mutter of the latin mass, and I used to eat god every day and confess my sins every seven days. And I loved the dressing up in long robes and I used to drink lots of cod liver oil to prevent my shoes from squeaking. And I used to try not to blink. And I practiced self hatred and humility. And that's not half the story. These devotions took up so much time that I never learned to read or count, and especially I never learned to think. It's a sad story, eh? All gone now. The only thing I miss is the stupefying smell of the incense. But how I wish I had learned to think.

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