Thursday, 10 May 2012

Fictional Character Day

In a news item that made me laugh out loud, I heard that a high school student in Spring Hill, Tennessee was surprised to be awarded $1000 for a normal day at school.

Well . . . I say 'normal day' but perhaps the day was slightly out of the ordinary.  It was 'Fictional Character Day', and 17 year old Jeff Shott went to school dressed as Jesus.

Jeff Shott dressed as the fictional Jesus.
(Image from FFRF.)

Perhaps that might be considered a little provocative, but now Jeff is the first recipient of the Paul J. Gaylor Memorial Student Activist Award from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.  Read on via the FFRF site, and smile.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am so happy to live in a modern european country!