Monday Madness -- April 28, 2014

April 29, 2014
Scott Gunn

The last Monday Madness of 2014 is ready for your viewing pleasure. After this episode, the SEC switches to Monthly Madness until the next high season of Lent Madness. Anyway, in this episode, Scott and Tim talk about how Lent Madness has become not only the world's most popular and beloved online Lenten devotion, but the AWARD-WINNING Lenten devotion. They also preview Nomination Week for Lent Madness 2015, coming to a web browser near you very soon. And there's more. Much, much more.

You really should visit the Lentorium and spend some of your hard-earned cash on unbeatable Lent Madness merchandise. Consumer therapy is the perfect way to deal with long-term Lent Madness withdrawal. You can buy a Lent Madness playing cardsCharles Wesley Golden Halo 2014 Lent Madness mug or a perpetual purple Lent Madness mug. But that's not all.

Starting today, you can buy Lent Madness playing cards. Be the first on your block to get some, and then buy a set for all your friends. At just $21.50, these high-quality shiny cards are a bargain.

Forget the mall, forget the shopping channels on your television, forget the catalogs in your mailbox. The best place to spend your hard-earned cash is in the Lentorium. The best way to show you love Lent Madness the most is to have a pile of Lent Madness stuff.


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9 comments on “Monday Madness -- April 28, 2014”

  1. Mayhaps I can use the deck of LENT MADNESS to indulge in a round of strip poker with the Bishop and one of the St. Mary's sisters at the upcoming Clergy Colloquium.....Oh well, it was just a thought.

  2. Hi Aleathia,
    Madeleine Baier here. I hope your Easter was as good as mine! I am intrigued by the notion of strip poker.
    Maybe the loser has to promise that(here it comes as you knew it must)a spot will open up for Fred Rogers on next year's bracket......I bet the SEC thought that I use a line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, "No chance, English Types"....

  3. Well, my dear sister Madeleine, here's hoping your Easter was peachy keen, aussi! Wishful thinking about the strip poker idea and "doing the deed" are so far removed from reality 'til it doesn't even warrant mentioning. Along with that line of thinking, assuming that the SEC thought you'd forgotten about your quest to get FFR's name on the 2015 LM bracket stands as much chance of that happening as my Bishop even entertaining the thought of engaging in a round of strip poker with the Sister and me. And, "No, they haven't forgotten about your quest as there's not a chance in you-know-where of that happening !" But miracles have been known to happen and just as I may discover my Bishop does know how to play strip poker and will entertain the thought, the SEC may find a way to grant you your wish. Happy 50 days!

  4. Back at you, my sista! I am a staunch believer in miracles, as evidenced by the fact that this coming June 11th I will celebrate 10 years clean and sober, Lord Jesus I thank you!!

  5. Perhaps Lent Madness has become a little too commercial. Awards? T shirts? Cups? What's next? Keep it simple, guys.

  6. Still despondent over Harriet Bedell's "loss," I will continue to enjoy my (made in Florida) Tervis Tumblers which read "Sewanee" and "Kanuga."