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The Simpsons gospel and edible goodies

by Brad A. Greenberg

May 22, 2007 | 11:07 pm

I have a 26-year-old friend who still eats a Flintstones vitamin every day. But now, if he wishes, he can suck down a Simpsons Squirts, thanks to St. Hill Pharmaceutical Corp. (Hat-tip: Bible Belt Blogger)

Speaking of The Simpsons, Orlando Sentinel religion reporter Mark I. Pinsky, who is Jewish, is about to release an expanded version of his 2001 book, “The Gospel According to the Simpsons.” I just got a copy in the mail yesterday. Hopefully, I’ll enjoy it more than this guy.

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