Where I come from, you do not generally see this on the front page of your newspaper on Easter Sunday:
What's that, you ask? Why, it's a fawning, front-page profile of the local carpenter who spatters himself in fake blood and faux-crucifies himself on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach every year.
Oh, wait, I'm sorry. He used to do it. From 1993-1997.
Oh, and it wasn't Easter. It was the day before Easter.
But still! Cool headline! And he's a carpenter (made his own cross, people) and his initials are J.C. So. There ya go.
I actually do like this quote, written about the phase before he became a Christian:
To his dismay, his wife Elaine Curkendall, refused to let Jesus go and told him so.
"If you are asking me to choose between you and Jesus, then I'm choosing God," she said. "You ain't even a close second."That lady doesn't mess around.
Honestly, my only real problem with the story is that it took away from the headline with the other lead story of the day. It's about a local run where people stop and eat a dozen Krispy Kreme glazed doughnuts in the middle of their 10K.