Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Religious Fiction?



Noah, who works at Barnes and Noble, told me today that about once a month, the staff has to go "find the Bibles" because someone thinks it's funny to move them all to the religious fiction section of the store.

For some reason, I think I could party with that intrepid re-shelver. :)

4 comments:

Chuck said...

That's really funny!!

The sad thing is that I have yet to find much "religious fiction" that meets my minimum quality/enjoyment standards for good fiction (unless one considers Umberto Eco religious fiction). Ditto most "contemporary Christian music"...

MsDee said...

Tim Lahaye is semi-Christian fiction

Rick said...

God knows who those people are and they will probably burn in the eternal lake of fire if they don't confess. The rest of us can watch will glee as God punishes them. I don't even have to give them a sip of my Evian either.

Damn, Noah's still around? He must be like 4,000 years old now. I thought he died when he was like 900 or something.

Pammu said...

Because I'm in tune with my naughty side, re-shelving is something I'd most likely do as a hobby. I'm pretty smeaky, though, I'll be the evian vendor at the town square.

i love yout blog, btw :D