Jewish Journal


May 19, 2010

The lowest form of humor


Lord Jesus Christ talks about his paintings, May 11, 2010

Remember that Massachusetts man whose legal name is Lord Jesus Christ? There is more to the story about him getting hit while crossing the street. He’s an artist and definitely an unusual dude, and this story about him is full of cheap jokes:

“I realize it’s controversial. I’m not what people picture Jesus Christ looking like,” Jesus Christ said.


Jesus Christ has no telephone and no access to the Internet at home. To go online, he needs to go to the Belchertown library, but since the accident, he has been too banged up to leave his apartment in the Belchertown Housing Authority.

And though the news of Jesus Christ getting nailed in a crosswalk launched a thousand jokes the world over, he sees nothing funny about it.

The May 4 accident left him with some broken teeth, swelling to his face, a bruised hip and all-around soreness. Plus, the pain medication he is taking makes him sleepy, he said.

He said he does not believe the accident was intentional but Jesus Christ has hired a lawyer anyway.

Ugh. Read the rest here. Or, better yet, don’t.

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