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“His name was Spiro. My children got very close to this lamb.”

Oh. my. Lord.

(Hat tip to Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and thanks to Anna Pougas.)

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5 Responses to ““His name was Spiro. My children got very close to this lamb.””


  1. 2 Anna 8 April 2009 at 4:05 pm

    I do what I can for the perpetuation of stereotypes of the Greek people.

  2. 4 rwp 10 April 2009 at 10:16 am

    LOL!

    Ah, so you’re in Bloomington. When I was there, there was only a tiny ROCOR mission. I live in State College (PA) now, and attend the local OCA parish. I’ll have to drop by (where are you in Bton, by the way?) the next time I make that awful drive to visit, probably some time this summer, more likely the fall (I’m pretty acclimatized, and doubt I could deal with the summer humidity now!)


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