May 26 2013

Sunday Funnies













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    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    Umm .. what’s the deal with virtual cockroach at the bottom?

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    On the third cartoon, do you notice that the “prophet” is writing from left to right?

    Ah, he must be writing in 17th century English.

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    @jamesramsey: The scriptures are always best understood in their original English.

    BTW, Chris. I’ve noticed your Sunday posts are becoming more bug-ridden lately. Maybe it’s time to take a vacation.

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    Chris Rodda

    Ha … I didn’t notice that he was writing left to right.

    And my little bug is just growing up! Those of you who tried to squash him on your screens when he first appeared obviously failed to kill him … soon he might start multiplying … LOL

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    Reginald Selkirk

    I have to laugh at a Sharpie being referred to as a “permanent” marker. That stuff comes off pretty easily with common laboratory solvents (like ethanol). If you really want something to stay labelled, try a “VWR Lab Marker,” colour black.

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    Reginald Selkirk

    That cockroach looks like she’s forming an aversion to glucose.

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    I can’t help myself.

    I once saw a Volkswagen Beetle with a license plate that read — “FEATURE”.

    Because, of course, … It’s not a bug, it’s a ….

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    The scriptures are always best understood in their original English.

    Surely you mean ‘original Klingon’??

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    RE: Sharpie joke and “no matter HOW you die…”
    Burning to death might matter.

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    @richardelguru #8

    Nice try, but even Klingons would regard New Testament authors as pathetically delirious, and their works scorned as unintentional comedy (hey, they have something in common with atheists!). That’s why they stick to Shakespeare.

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    Reginald Selkirk

    I thought this was hilarious, in a stupid and offensive sort of way:
    No atheists in foxholes: WWII vets remain religious
    The MRFF might want to have a look at this. A marketing guy and his brother, a chair of religious studies, got together and did a study from which they conclude that marketing religion to veterans must be a good thing.

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