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Fun and Games from the Vatican

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Time for a Contest!

Over thirty years ago Father Guido Sarducci introduced a new game on Saturday Night Live: the Find the Popes in the Pizza Contest.

Well, here it is, 2013, and the Vatican is still providing  the world with games and contests that challenge the faithful and the not-so-faithful.

This contest has no prize to offer other than the satisfaction of proving to yourself that you are extraordinarily perceptive.

A divertirse, damas y caballeros !

Here is the first contest:  Find the Communist Dictator-Loving Cardinal from the Caribbean in the Procession:

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And here is the second contest:  Find the Irritated Communist Female Tyrant-in-the-Making Who Also Happens to be From the Same Country as the Pope:

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And here is the third contest: Find the Ever-So-Clever Allusion to the Years 711-1492 in Iberian History.  

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2 comments to Fun and Games from the Vatican

  • asombra

    Cretina looks ghastly, like a jowly bordello madam at a funeral. Felipe's wife looks like she has an eating disorder, as I suspect. Don't miss the Spanish Foreign Minister (upper right corner) looking like a pithed frog, which he effectively is. Then there's his boss Rajoy, who'd probably have been happier as the Spanish overseer of colonial Cuba. As for our dear cardinal, I’m thinking collagen injections, or maybe too much pâté. What a freak show. By the way, some people say I have a nasty eye, but I prefer to call it Dissect-a-Vision (patent pending).

  • asombra

    So is Cretina wearing Manolo Blahniks? And how did Cindy Sheehan get in front of Felipe?