I have some annoying trash to take out over the next few days, so the Vrancea and Vinogradov blogging will have to wait. In the meantime, enjoy this Unitarian hymn, courtesy of Ereshkigal of Oklahoma:
Coffee, Coffee, Coffee, Praise the strength of coffee. Early in the morn we rise with thoughts of only thee. Served fresh or reheated, Dark by thee defeated, Brewed black by perk or drip or instantly.
Though all else we scoff we Come to church for coffee; If we're late to congregate, we come in time for thee. Coffee our one ritual, Drinking it habitual, Brewed black by perk or drip instantly. Coffee the communion Of our Uni-Union, Symbol of our sacred ground, our one necessity. Feel the holy power At our coffee hour, Brewed black by perk or drip or instantly.More odd theology (of my own devising) can be found with the coffee hymn here:
It has been conjectured that further symmetry breaking will lead to a God in Six Persons, which have tentatively been named Bereshith, Tetragrammaton, Incarnatus, Agape, Pentecost, and Paracletus. Alas, They do not assemble to form a larger, robot Godhead; on the other hand, one might consider Them/Him a justice league.Then there's the Lucky Charms unified theory... but that can wait.