Today's Platitude tackles the offering of "Grumpy Rev Dr Giles Fraser, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral" and starts:-
"One of the great things about being a priest is that you get to see so many people die. There's nothing I enjoy more than watching one of my parishioners die. Of course it's not the way it used to be. Parishioners used to die at home, often in excruciating pain. Now they're taken to a hospital, drugged up to their eyeballs and connected to the machine that goes ping!"
Wonderful stuff. You can read the rest here.