Friday, December 23, 2016

I Thought He Was Born in Bethlehem

Not Outer Space

Who knew?


NOTE:  Makes turning water into wine sounds a little less remarkable now, doesn't it?

15 comments:

  1. Does that mean they are eternally drowning? Creepy.
    Merry Christmas, Al!

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    1. That's what I thought. Or the idea of shaking Saint Joseph and the Virgin Mary to have snowflakes float around their heads.
      Merry Christmas to you, as well!

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  2. It's the answer that no one really expected. Jesus wasn't born in a barn. He was born in the International Space Station. All the animals were just all the animals that the communists sent into space.

    It all makes sense.

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    1. I KNEW the Russians had something to do with it.
      But, they're not communists anymore.
      Or are they?

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  3. My question is what is that cane for? Probers United?

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  4. now that's a first...you brought whimsy to the occasion

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  5. You do know, in the interests of "God has a sense of humor", that nun from St Stan's is going to be at the Pearly Gates waiting for you with a ruler, right?

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  6. I remember "snowheads" in college, but not having anything to do with Christmas. Take care.

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  7. He can breath in space, proof of god!

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