Jones and Farah, Together Again


The Worldnetdaily’s Joseph Farah went on the Alex Jones radio show earlier this week, prompting concerns that putting that much absurdity in one place could open up a black hole in the shape of Farah’s epic porn stache. Alas, it was uneventful. They just blathered on about how God is punishing America for its wicked, wicked ways.

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  1. D. C. Sessions says

    They just blathered on about how God is punishing America for its wicked, wicked ways.

    Yeah, it’s about time those heathens in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama, and Mississippi got a clue and shaped up.

  2. dogmeat says

    Yeah, it’s about time those heathens in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama, and Mississippi got a clue and shaped up.

    It’s just that God has terrible aim. I’m thinking it is similar to the Russian difficulties with cross polar trajectories but in addition to trying to hit a moving target, He is dealing with all of time and space, so two dudes get marries in California, *BOOM* tornado in Oklahoma. Someone defies Him in New York, Tsunami in Japan.

  3. blf says

    He [she, it, or they] is dealing with all of time and space…

    Indeed. Now only is her, his, its, or their spacial aim poor, so is the temporal aim. A tsunami in Japan may be response to Teh Gay in NYC, but is as likely to be about next year’s pride parade as it is about some goings-on back in olde New Amsterdam, or that incident on an alien starship in the Andromeda Galaxy 2m years from now.

  4. lldayo says

    Considering God exists outside of our universe I’d say his aims from 40+ billion light years away is pretty accurate!

  5. Trebuchet says

    I have too much respect for my brain cells to watch the video. I do, however, have a note for Joe: if’ you’re going to wear a necktie, button your collar and do it up properly. Or just take it off.

  6. dhall says

    Modus is right. If god is everywhere all the time, then his bad aim is inexcusable, as well as masochistic.

  7. D. C. Sessions says

    Wait, Modus — you’re saying that a tornado, hurricane, earthquake, etc. is Divine Self-Abuse?

    It would explain so much …

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