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Flying pope?

Asked by elbanditoroso (28839points) September 27th, 2015

I watched the pope board his plane a little while ago, to return from Philadelphia to Rome. Heck of a visit.

Some questions popped through my mind:

1) are there female flight attendants, or only male?

2) when he is on the plane, does he take off the white robe and put on sweat pants or a pair of jeans?

3) does his food get sampled/tasted before being served to him?

4) do you think he fastens his seatbelt before takeoff?

5) Did his plane have to wait on the taxiway to take off, or did he get immediate clearance?

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1) are there female flight attendants, or only male?
Well, seeing some to believe the church in general to be highly misogynistic I would say only female attendance to even do foot washing, but some would say altar boys given it is the Catholic church and they can’t help but go to the gutter.

2) when he is on the plane, does he take off the white robe and put on sweat pants or a pair of jeans?
He slips into a $7,000 or more silk Italian made suit, with matching Rolex, of course.

3) does his food get sampled/tasted before being served to him?
No the subservient female attendants prepare it right in his sight. ~~

4) do you think he fastens his seatbelt before takeoff?
Yes, because he knows if the plane crash lands or very violent turbulence hit and he whacks his head on something just right and dies, he doesn’t have the power to take up his life in three days, even though he supposedly is God in human form.

5) Did his plane have to wait on the taxiway to take off, or did he get immediate clearance?
He got quicker clearance, not immediately less the government be seen as doing a favor to a man of faith. They will get him out of their quicker to minimize any terrorist attacks or clogging of the runway by paparazzi.

If his jet starts to fall from the sky if he has the power to keep it from crashing as Christ withered the fig tree?

zenvelo's avatar

@Hypocrisy_Central The Pope is not God in human form.” You are getting Catholics mixed up with Ancient Greeks and Romans.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

^ Some Catholics I spoke with in the past seemed to believe that, another reason to reexamine that faith.

jca's avatar

I think the Catholics believe that the Pope is the closest you can get to God on the earth. I guess we should google it.

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