|CHAPTER 11 Even though life in the Dark Age was pretty great,
2 eWhat with nobody having to think too much about anything and all,
3 There were a couple of things that the Christians kind of forgot about,
4 fLike sanitation.
CHAPTER 21 Under the old Roman heathen way, there was a lot of bathing going on,
2 Which was obviously not Christian,
3 gBeing Roman,
4 And so the Christians pretty well stamped out bathing during the Dark Age,
5 hNot to mention sewage systems,
6 Which were a little too iscientific for Christians,
7 And would have meant educating some more stone masons and so forth,
8 jSince the ones they had were all busy building cathedrals,
9 kSo that everybody could go to church on Sunday,
10 And thus go to heaven.
||11 Unfortunately, when everybody stops bathing,
12 For a thousand years,
13 And is throwing excrement into the streets,
14 For a thousand years,
15 Sooner or later, something can go wrong,
16 Which it did.
CHAPTER 31 What went wrong was the lrats,
2 Who were not Christian,
3 And therefore didn't understand about Love Thy Neighbor and so forth,
4 Which resulted in a problem called the Black Death,
5 Or the Bubonic Plague,
6 Or more simply,
7 mThe Plague.
CHAPTER 41 What happened was the rats got sick and died,
2 But didn't go to heaven right away,
3 And instead hung around infecting the Christians,
4 Who started dying in large numbers,
5 Like two out of every three,
6 Throughout Europe.