“Funny you should ask,” said Moses during a break today from promoting his new book, ‘Dating Tips for the Biblically Ancient’. ” I just so happen to have brought my Christmas want list with me. I’ve learned over the years that if I don’t loudly tell people what I want I won’t get anything. Some folks assume because I’m Jewish I don’t celebrate Christmas. To them I say, nonsense, Jesus has been my golfing partner for, like, 1500 years. I think the least I could do is celebrate the dude’s birthday.” Moses then went on to list a multitude of items he wanted from his rocky list. Since most of these items haven’t existed for almost 4000 years, so we won’t bother to list them here.
*Moses and the Biblical inhabitants of the after-life would like to wish the readers of The Arm Chair Pontificator a very Merry Christmas, and a very drunk, but safe New Year.
God: Moses, I have a commandment for you.
Moses: How much does it cost?
God: It’s free,
Moses: I’ll take ten.
(Oldie but goody….)
He shoulda taken 20. They were free.
Probably couldn’t count that high…?
(Math was a Greek thing; isn’t there some injunction against that in the bible?)
Yeah. Bible pretty much is against math or science of any kind. Though I do believe Jeebus loved Greek food. St. Peter could cook up a helluva a gyros from what I’ve heard.
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Just least a few at least
Will do. I’ll do a follow up and list what he got off the list.
BTW, thx for sending some great bloggers my way!