The Church of the Inebriate

We knew of the South-Africans’ genius in a number of cultural and scientific fields, but attending mass with a bottle in you hand and 3 grams already in your bloodstream might perhaps be considered not entirely appropriate from a religious point of view. “Jesus taught us to cast our nets where there are fish”, or even better “It is in the taverns that the children of God are to be found, thrown aside because of their love of alcohol” So is Mass said.

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