I saw this on Twitter: Will Benedict XVI still be infallible when he's no longer pope? I immediately thought how amusing that could be. Obviously, after much pomp and circumstance, there will be a new Pope. He will be "infallible" as all Popes are so considered. If Benedict remains infallible, what happens if he and the new Pope disagree? Can they even disagree if both are infallible? Who is more infallible, Benedict or the new Pope? The more one thinks about it, the more amusing it becomes.
So what exactly is the point of toe nails?
Dumb Law of the Week: In Kentucky, it is illegal to transport an ice cream cone in your pocket.
À la prochaine, mes amis.