With this local news footage compilation sweeping across the Interwebs over the past few days, I thought this appropriate. Can you see anything? Yeah, neither can I.
Sorry, JBW... But I have it on good authority that Jesus is everywhere... ...even when you can't see Him. Clearly, you have a slice of invisible Jesus toast, there. (In fact, I don't see Mary, Joseph, or the Flying Spaghetti Monster in that one either, which means of course that they're all there, unseen...)The question is, is it a sin to eat it, or a sin not to?
I can see that there is no F*cking butter.
If Jesus is everywhere Reppy I hope he wasn't watching what I did this morning. And yeah PK, it involved butter...
Bravo, sir. This was possibly your funniest post.
I see the big weird metal Picasso sculture from Chicago. The one that looks like a big bug. I thought Picasso was an atheist also JBW. Shit man. This changes everything. Picasso died of old age to redeem us and left his message of hope on toast.
If I'm understanding JBW correctly, he may've been leaving his "message of hope" on the toast, too... Think I'll be eating breakfast elsewhere, just in case...
Thanks one L, I thought you might like this one.It was before breakfast Reppy, and I only eat dry, white toast. Then I polish it off with four fried chickens and a coke.
I hope you at least took the butter out of the tub.
Of course IC, what am I: an animal?
I've heard that 15% of Americans no longer ascribe to any religion and the number appears to be rising. This should mean that a critical voting segment of the population cannot be swayed merely by "he goes to church" or "they don't love God" (no they don't, they love their children and their friends and their freedom from religious dogma instead").Of course the neocons will say that it will be replaced by the cult of personality. And we may understand their fear... for a personality has the advantage of being real. Nice toast.
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