THE POPE'S ALASKAN TRIP.....

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  1. rooter

    rooter *VMBB Senior Chief Of Staff*

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    The Pope went on vacation for a few days to visit the rugged mountains of
    Alaska.

    He was cruising along the campground in the Pope Mobile when he heard a
    frantic commotion just at the edge of the woods. He saw a helpless Democrat
    wearing shorts, sandals, a Vote for Obama hat and a Save the Trees shirt,
    screaming and struggling frantically, thrashing all about, and trying to
    free himself from the grasp of a 10 foot grizzly bear.

    As the Pope watched in horror, a group of Republican loggers wearing Go
    Sarah shirts came racing up. One quickly fired a slug right into
    the bear's chest. Two other men pulled the semiconscious Democrat from
    the bear's grasp. Two of the men dragged the dead grizzly onto the bed of their
    pickup truck while the other tenderly placed the injured Democrat in the
    back seat.

    As they began to leave, the Pope summoned all of the men over to him. "I
    give you my blessing for your brave actions!" he proudly proclaimed. "I have
    heard there was bitter hatred between Republican loggers and Democratic
    environmental activists, but now I've seen with my own eyes that this is not
    true."

    As the Pope drove off, one logger asked his buddies, "Who the heck was that
    guy?"

    "Dude, that was the Pope," another replied. "He's in direct contact with
    Heaven and has access to all wisdom."

    "Well," the logger said, "he may have access to all wisdom, but he doesn't
    know squat about bear hunting! By the way, is the bait still alive or do we
    need to go back to Massachusetts and get another one?"
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