"I totally thanked God when our waitress Kathy bent over the table to served me my Coke and fried pickles at the Hooters in Little Rock." said Stanley Harmon of Pettus, Arkansas who surprised his family this week by announcing his decision to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem despite having been to church only 3 times in his life. "It was a really religious experience. I figure, if I felt that spiritual or whatever in Little Rock, well, that must be peanuts to how thankful I'd feel if I were experiencing the same thing in Jerusalem! So I've booked my tickets for August."
Jerusalem is considered by three religions to be the holiest of cities, "the place where heaven and earth meet."
Heaven Van Craenenbroeck, meet earth.As much as I love the orange shorts, I could never wear this uniform, unless I was able to make some modifications. I'd keep the tank, but the shorts would have to be lengthened a bit to accomodate my pear-shaped self: