Silliness For Easter Week

I stumbled upon a blog, Trousered Ape, whose author often sinks to light verse when the news of the day doesn't scintillate. I like it when people sink to doggerel, and I liked his ode to Kathleen Jeffords Schori --you'll remember her as the Episcopalian primate who says her flock doesn't mate, unlike Catholics, those quaint unwashed breeders. You'll enjoy the whole thing, but the last stanza has the kicker:
Bishop Bo-Peep has thoughts so deep,
We hope she will somehow find time
To tell us how men
can be born again,
When being born once is a crime.
I also enjoyed his How Do You Solve A Problem Like Godzilla, which is very clever but shows he has far too much time on his hands.