Frazz blames the cellphones.
High population density in Florida, combined with lots of thunderstorms.
Too many old geezers on the golf courses that can’t get under cover when the “every afternoon at 4:00 thunderstorms” roll in from the Gulf of Mexico.
C’mon you guys, where’re the Bible Belt comments?!?
do all you people know about ‘atheist safehouse’ facebook site. these people would be vicious about those lightning strikes in the ‘bible loaded diaper’ states. it’s below the belt, you know
What the truck kind of comment is that to make? (Wow, my device turned my non-cussword into even more of a non-cussword.)
A philosophical statement with all the depth of a saucer but without the usefulness.
When the lightning rod was first invented, religious fundamentalists protested against it because they were afraid it would prevent the Lord from mightily smiting sinners.
We also lead the nation in bicycle fatalities and shark attacks, so Frazz should steer clear of any iron man triathlons down here in the Sunshine state
Isn’t that what Christian wrestlers fight for?
Tell me is there a great deal of iron in the deposits under Florida?
No, it’s the sun belt (Citing Jake Vest- Anyone remember his strip?)
I don’t know which seems more unlikely: that Caulfield would claim not to know something (the membership roster for the Bible Belt) or that he agrees (with some) that a vengeful god punishes with nasty weather.
Nice camo job Fraz.
In Florida, it’s the Bible belt that cinches up old guys’ pants.