Scenario for this Week’s Pope Election and Other Significant Geographical Developments

March 8, 2013

Pacific Standard Time

 

Saturday, March 9

No change in PST, EST, etc.

 

Sunday morning, March 10 (only six more shopping days until St. Patrick’s Day)

No time change in Hawai’i and parts of Indiana

 

Monday, March 11

Future pope arrives in Vatican City and filibusters and sequesters among the College of Cardinals

 

Tuesday, March 12

Pope Bob Patrick the First is elected on the first ballot and moves the papacy to Stanford University’s Memorial Church

 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

“Ticker-Tape” Parade for newly crowned Pope Bob Patrick I

Downtown Palo Alto train station on University Avenue west along Palm Drive

President Hennisey and new Christian Church Prime Minister Condi Rice welcome the pope’s enterage.

 

Thursday, March 14

Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholics, Hebrews (reformed), progressive protestants like Presbyterians, Hindus, Moslems, and Buddhists begin pilgrimages to the modern Vatican City at Stanford.

 

Friday, March 15

Pope Bob Patrick I declares a universal three-day holiday to honor the accomplishments of his patron saints Patty and Bob for the entire St. Patrick’s Day Weekend!

 

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[ for musement only ]

 

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