I don’t need to conduct bomb checks under the Pope’s bed before he falls asleep every night.
Nor do I need to check his closet for assassins.
Such checks made it harder for his Holiness to fall asleep.
Furthermore, the Inquisition’s job is to ensure that any would-be bombers or assassins are captured well before reaching the bedchambers.
Regular fire drills are very important, but holding them twice a day is a bit excessive.
The same applies to bomb drills, storm drills, flood drills, gas leak drills, earthquake drills, volcano drills, and kaiju attack drills.
Storing nonperishable food in case of emergency is all well and good, but we don’t need an entire room in the basement dedicated to canned calamari.
For the billionth time, the Pope is not allergic to nuts.
Or to chocolate.
Even if his Holiness were suffering from a food allergy, putting Father Nightroad in a headlock while he’s just trying to eat his sandwich is not an effective means of safeg