An old one from 2007 today, just to tide us over until the new year.

Discussion (8)¬

  1. Ben Elms-Lester says:

    Fantastic again, keep them cominh

  2. Nassar Ben Houdja says:

    Secularism, has no particular flavour
    Is religions actual saviour
    It’s impartiality
    And utter banality
    Is indifferent to much quaint behaviour.

  3. i wish everyone in here and you author a wery wery happy new year.

  4. DCM says:


  5. Nana says:

    Just found you – love it! Will be back often.

  6. Stonyground says:

    I really like Nassar’s limeric. It really concisely spells out what secularism means. Many religious folk, particularly the CofE like to misrepresent secularism as ‘aggressive’ and imply that ‘militant’ secularists want to have religion banned. OK it doesn’t quite scan so if I stole it I might have to make one or two small changes but still quite brilliant.

  7. tfkreference says:

    Happy new year. I’ve been clicking the Random link so much that I seldom find a new one. However, this evening I came across a couple where Jesus and Mo read emails. Fantastic If the Author is ever stuck for ideas, just show us some more email (though I see how you probably don’t relish the idea of reading them.)

  8. Gerhard Lohmann-Bond says:

    May I use this cartoon on my facebook page for one week to add my voice to the protests against intolerance, religious or otherwise?


NOTE: This comments section is provided as a friendly place for readers of J&M to talk, to exchange jokes and ideas, to engage in profound philosophical discussion, and to ridicule the sincerely held beliefs of millions. As such, comments of a racist, sexist or homophobic nature will not be tolerated.

If you are posting for the first time, or you change your username and/or email, your comment will be held in moderation until approval. When your first comment is approved, subsequent comments will be published automatically.