It won't surprise many people that when I'm in the car, I listen to NPR. Last weekend, when I was running errands, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, the comedic current events show, was on. And they were talking about the Hobby Lobby case during the part where callers have to identify certain current events. Readers, they were not kind to crafters. Here's the transcript:
PESCA: It is the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby. At issue, the owners of the chain of arts and crafts stores, based on their religious beliefs, do not want to provide certain kinds of contraception to their employees. Really, though, is there any more effective form of contraception than walking into an arts and crafts store?
PESCA: In fact, the Hobby Lobby was originally named Granny's Prophylactic Attic.
PESCA: I think I was watching a Viagra ad, and it said if your erection lasts more than four hours, visit a Hobby Lobby.
I think we might have to make a calendar of sexy crafters...