Self-editing is overrated. Or is it?

Friday, March 09, 2007

What is the price of irony? At the moment, it's about $950.

What's this, you may ask?

Why, it's a massage table that's available for sale on Ebay.

Why am I showing you a massage table that's for sale?

Well, you may recall a certain minister named Ted Haggard, who while preaching openly against homosexuality, was involved with in a gay relationship with a masseur named Mike Jones.

Wait a minute. A masseur?

That's right. It's THAT TABLE.

Mike Jones, the former prostitute who serviced Ted Haggard, is selling the massage table on which Reverend Ted Haggard enjoyed/tested/didn't-really-do-anything himself.

From Mike Jones' Ebay listing:

The table where it all happened. Table is about 10 years old with a few tears but totaly usable.

Will autograph table if requested and in June an autographed book "I Had To Say Something" by Mike Jones will be sent.

The beauty part of this?

All proceeds benefit 'Project Angel Heart', who provides people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses nutritious home-delivered meals.

Nice, huh?

Maybe there is a God after all.


Anonymous Alex said...

That's brilliant. What do you do with it once it's in your house? Put it in the corner with a sign that says:

"Where the religious guy got blown."?


3/12/2007 1:41 PM


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