Archbishop of Canterbury Calls for Hunter-Gatherers to Unite

Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said in a speech today that advances in economic progress are ruining man’s ability to adopt the simple lifestyle of his forebears and hurting the feelings of those who are attempting to live without running water.

“All this fuss about growth and progress – what does it lead to?  A few million Blu-Ray players?  Queueing at a take-away joint for some god-awful combo of burgers and fries?  This is ridiculous.  It’s time to turn back the clock to a more loving world.  I call on all of us to revert to eating roots, shoots and especially those tasty little crabapples you find in southern Wales,” said the Archbishop.

Immediately after his lecture Dr. Williams walked to a nearby pasture where according to several witnesses he dropped on all fours and began grazing amidst a herd of Derbyshire Gristone sheep.

Published in: on October 14, 2009 at 6:51 PM  Leave a Comment  

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