Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Very Reverend Vol Abroad

Did you know that you can get ordained, for free, online?

Well, you can.

And the ACLU is defending your rights as a free, online, ordained minister (what you haven't already gotten ordained? - didn't you follow the link?) to conduct weddings in Pennsylvania.

(And no, I didn't get ordained yet - I'll let you know.)

5 comments:

Yobachi said...
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Yobachi said...

Hi, I found your blog via Technorat's Civil Liberties tag.

I'm looking to find some other bloggers who would be interested in taking some collective action on the spy bills being negotiated in congress right now.

If you’re not specifically familiar with what I'm talking about, you can see my latest post here: http://www.blackperspective.net/index.php/357/

I'm disappointed with the inattentiveness, despite my prodding, of the bloggers I usually coalesce with in regards to this most important of issues.

The Media is barely giving this issue any coverage, and when they do, they’re just reading the white house’s press statements.

I wanted to see if I could get some folks together for a mass blog action (and mass emailing) to raise awareness and get folks to contact House democrats to put some pressure on them to do the right thing for once, and stick to the party’s purported platform.

If you’re interested in participating in something like this or know of individuals or groups I should contact about it, please comment to that link or email me at lionrunner777@yahoo.com

And I'm a current Tennessee resident. I guess I know who you're rooting for in tonights game between Vandy and the Vols here in Nashville.

genderist said...

We have a friend who found an online ordination (free) and officiated at his sister's wedding last summer.

For the record, the wedding took place before the keg was pumped and the booze was served.

Sam said...

My wife and I were married by my best friend, a reverend of the Universal Life Church. It was most amusing to hear him explain the nature of his faith to my Scottish, Catholic father-in-law-to-be.

Vol Abroad said...

I think it would be cool to hitch people.