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Sunday night thoughts – With Father Domainicus

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Sunday night thoughts - With Father Domainicus.

Good evening, all ye children of domaining.

As you are consumed by the passion of the spherical goddess, the soccer ball, remember that our Domain Lord banished the idols a long time ago.

Of course, I am certain, that our Lord would kick a mean ball or two, if only he wanted to raise some chaos. And it was from chaos that our Lord created the biggest spheres of all, the sun and the planets.

Every day, domaining faithfuls around the globe practice a little bit of idolatry by obsessing over their domain registrations.

That is not exactly the word of our Domain Lord, my children. He said:

“Register thy domains and preserve Sabbath as thy resting day, no lest thou shalt drop-catch evil along with thy domains.”

It is very clear: our Domain Lord rested on the seventh day – for those among you that practice the Jewish faith that is Saturday; it’s Friday for the Muslims and Sunday for us Christians.

So even if you are tempted to be active and make money with domaining on Sunday, think that the Lord himself rested and did nothing but observe the fruit of his creation. So Sunday should be a time to give to the fruit of your creation, your children or your pets, in addition to your spouse and your imaginary friends.

I send you my blessings and may Team USA win the World Cup! Amen.


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2 Responses to “Sunday night thoughts – With Father Domainicus”
  1. Sinner says:

    Oh, Father. Forgive me for I have sinned. It has been 6 days since my last confession. I registered a few domains in the midst of thy rest today. For that, I shall give a few registrations to the local GoDaddy customers who sites hath fail them. Peace and Amen, Father.

  2. tricolorro says:

    I can tell from the photo above that Father Domainicus just received his Domain Parking report.

    Keep the faith, Padre.

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