Let us hear it for the bad Catholic’s bingo hall, where we read today that maybe “the permissive will of God allows great evils to occur to plant the seeds of some greater good.”

For instance,

Be Not Afraid. This nasal, repetitive drone is too simplistic to accompany the Teletubbies, much less the Eucharist. While its message is apparently intended to be reassuring, NIMH clinical trials have shown that it reduces serotonin levels in the brains frontal cortex, mimicking the short-term effects of cocaine withdrawal or clinical depression. For this reason, we suggest its use is indicated on patients suffering from the manic phase of bipolar disorder, to normalize mood swings and render them compliant with hospital staff.

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