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By Diogenes (articles ) | Aug 10, 2007

This morning I cut myself while shaving. If the police choose to investigate the incident I promise my full cooperation. All questions should be directed to the law firm of Waffel & Howe, which I have engaged in connection with this unfortunate matter.

No story here, folks. Can't imagine why you're interested.

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  • Posted by: - Aug. 11, 2007 1:13 AM ET USA

    Now that Bishop Pelotte has been transferred to a hospital in Houston for long-term treatment, the Vatican should immediately appoint another Bishop for Gallup as a permanent replacement.

  • Posted by: Art Kelly - Aug. 11, 2007 1:13 AM ET USA

    Now that Bishop Pelotte has been transferred to a hospital in Houston for long-term treatment, the Vatican should immediately appoint another Bishop for Gallup as a permanent replacement.

  • Posted by: - Aug. 10, 2007 8:32 PM ET USA

    Di, it certainly is no less interesting than all the gobblygoop that's thrust in our faces day after day about Paris, Brittany and others drinking, brawling, landing in jail, etc etc etc.

  • Posted by: - Aug. 10, 2007 3:29 PM ET USA

    Anyone who fell down a flight of stairs and was so seriously injured as to suffer the injuries the good bishop suffered would have called for emergency assistance - either to the hospital, the paramedics or his secretary. To believe that someone injured so badly merely crawled back to his room and refused to answer the phone or the door, or to accept treatment when finally offered, strains credulity. I'll suspend doubt when someone can explain it to me.

  • Posted by: - Aug. 10, 2007 12:35 PM ET USA

    I do have friends on some police forces who may be able to help in the investigation. They owe me favors. Are those law firms connected to the law firm of Dewey, Cheetum and Howe?

  • Posted by: - Aug. 10, 2007 11:46 AM ET USA

    I thought your law firm was Dewey, Waffel & Howe. Good one, though.

  • Posted by: - Aug. 10, 2007 9:48 AM ET USA

    If it's a slow news day, you might check out the article in The Tidings (internet edition) regarding Hiroshima-Nagasaki day in an LA parish, complete with sufi dancing, native american flutes, etc.

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