Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Poliical Correcness Geing Way Ou of Hand

From Michelle Malkin (again):

School deems hot cross buns 'offensive'

IPSWICH, England, Feb. 6 (UPI) -- A school in England has decided that hot cross buns are religiously offensive, and demanded the supplier start making them as simply cross-less currant buns.

Traditionally served at Easter time, the buns have been around since 1361, when a monk reportedly made small spiced cakes stamped with the sign of the cross, to be distributed to the poor visiting the monastery at St. Albans on Good Friday.

Head teacher Tina Jackson of the Oaks Primary School in Ipswich says that might offend some religious minorities like Jehovah's Witnesses, who are not allowed to worship [they worship currant buns??? - ed.] things of a pagan nature.

Wha's he nex sep? Leers home o he sudens' parens leing hem know ha all fuure use of he lower-case will be prohibied, on accoun of is offensive, cross-shaped naure?

Wha a buncha reards.