Liquid Cat in holy water business?

April 19, 2007 at 5:47 pm 1 comment


Our legal team is in ultra-secret negotiations with the scientific board of austrian collective monochrom. We are trying to franchise their secretive methods of purification for holy water. As you can see they’ve developed a method of purification for holy water (which is—my heart breaks while I’m writing it—notoriously filthy) which renders it perfectly sterile and hygienically safe for human use without removing the holiness. Those of you who enjoy decaffeinated coffee know what we’re talking about. It is a difficult process. Let’s hope the negotiations end in a successful agreement.


As there’s currently a shortage of holy water in the most holy baptismal fount in our hometown (our baptistery dates back to the 4th century A.D., it features sculpted golden doors, the tomb of an antipope [or a Pope? in those times it was quantistically determinated], and has been used for its current purpose for about 11 centuries without interruption) we will have to resort to different sources (how appropriate) but, if the agreements are confirmed, the quest is on.


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