Monday, March 29, 2010

New Fun Thing: The Sixteenth Sistine Chapel

Folks, if you're anything like me, you never made it to Rome all those years ago when you were traveling around Europe because your friend's wallet was stolen in Florence and she ended up having to fly back to Prague, leaving you to go it alone with your enormous backpack full of diabetes supplies. You'd heard all the terrible stories about robberies and attacks against tourists in Rome and were sure paranoid about having your insulin and syringes pilfered and resold on the streets of Vatican City and being left to rely on the kindness of strangers and an array of johns for your insulin supply and blood glucose test strips.

So you didn't end up going to Rome and instead forced yourself on some folks you met at the hotel and went with them to Pisa, hmph. Not. A good. Decision. (For the scrapbooks.) So you never got to see Michelangelo's famous Sixteenth Sistine Chapel to see all the Biblical butts 'n thighs. Tragedy.

But now, thanks to modern technology and other junk science, you can visit the Chapel without even having to stop m-bating. Go to this site and git yerself some old time religion.

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