I would like her to do all of those.
Now I understand it all. What a revelation.
Can you turn coffee into wine, Eddie?
It’s just a matter of the tides and knowing where the rocks are.Somebody by the Messiah a shot !
This is plain downright hilarious!
I love the enthralled expressions on the female faces in panel 4God love ya Wiley… ya nailed this one!
And Blasphemy’s aground, too!
i know i guy who can walk on water, heal the sick, make the blind see, make the lame walk, feed the masses on 2 loaves of bread and some fish, turn water into wine, rise from the dead, free the slaves, time travel, and smite his enemies.
You know, I’ve been waiting for the right religion to come along…Good as any, sign me up…Now let’s work on the sacraments….I say we carry over the wine thing and add beer….For folks who feel extra spiritual, specially blessed Canadian will be OK….And instead of those little bits of bread, let’s switch to chocolate cake…ice cream optional….Let us spray….
vwdualnomand, are you talking about Dogsniff?
Given the crowd’s reaction, the “Anoesis” is well named.
Must be tourists. The locals would know the tides.
I’ve walked on water — right out over the middle of a lake, in fact. Of course, that was when I lived in Michigan, a locale not widely known for having a Mediterranean climate…
In panal two Capt.Eddie blew a smoke ring.
Can I get a Hallelujah?Can I get an Amen?
a state of mind consisting of pure sensation or emotion without cognitive content -
AKA junior high school
OED: anoesis, a hypothetical state of consciousness in which there is sensation but no thought. (You have to look for the entry on anoetic.)
Sometimes wonder if Jesus felt a trifle bored with all that miracle hoopla…. man, Eddie’s cat has great balance!
Now dat’s a really low tide….
What’s a low tide? Darned cats are hard to catch too.
“Tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication. You can’t explain that. You can’t explain why the tide goes in.” —Bill O’Reilly
Was this the Red Sea? Laughing at the tourists.
‘Anoesis’ – fantastic word. Thank you for introducing me to it.
Reminds me of Peter Sellers in “Being There” …anyone else remember that movie? Apparently Wiley did…
HighPriestMikahal, A shot of bourbon tipped in a cup of coffee works well….
Capt Eddie – always with a good story. or walk. Gotta love low tide and mud flats. /Our Crescent Beach is like that. You can walk out way, way pass the pier on low tide. Unfortunately parts of the mud flats are higher (and lower) than others. People have been known to get stuck when the tide comes in. …. forgetting to look up and behind during their long stroll.
Did Eddie run a ground AGAIN? Maybe he needs to re name the ship for ..if nothing else…the Itallian shp captain who ran the cruise liner a shore then abandoned ship after it started to sink.
We have a similar joke in the Mormon faith.
The prophet, Thomas S. Monson, and his 1st Counselor, Henry B. Eyring, are on a fishing trip with Pope Benedict XVI. They’re out on the lake with their lines in the water, when Thomas realizes he forgot something on the shore. He hands his pole to Henry, steps out of the boat, walks on the water to the shore to get what he forgot, and returns. Half hour later, Henry hands his pole to Benedict, steps out of the boat, walks on the water to the shore to get something he forgot, and returns. Benedict having seen this, figures if they can do it, so can he. He hands his pole to Thomas, steps out of the boat and promptly falls in the drink. After the fishing has come to an end, Henry turns to Thomas and asks, “do you think we should have told him about the stones under the water?”, to which Thomas quizzically replies, “What stones?”
Would be a might smarter to invest in a new set of tide charts and spring for lessons on how to use or read them…..ummm…what am I thinking? This is Eddie…if he did that he would know what was going on…no more misadventures…that would be too boring.
Eddie hasn’t forgotten his “priestly duties”!!
Misadventures? He don’t think miss many adventures….He’s usually smack dab in the middle of them….
Pass the plate.
I love the boat name. Never noticed it before.
Here’s one from Buddy Hackett..Jesus and Moses are out golfing. When they walk up to the first tee, Jesus says"I think I’ll use my 2-Iron." Moses replies “Are you kidding? Jack Nicklaus couldn’t make it to the green with a 2-Iron!” Jesus raises an eyebrow and says “Have you forgotten who I am?” Moses says “Fine! Do whatever you want.” Jesus takes a huge swing and slices it into a nearby water hazard. “Damn!” he exclaims, and then walks down off the tee and out onto the water to take his second shot. In the meantime, two golfers walk up to the tee where Moses is still standing.“Look at that guy on the water,” one says to the other" who does that guy think he is, Jesus Christ?" Moses replies “No, that IS Jesus Christ, he thinks he’s Jack Nicklaus!”
Hope he set an anchor first.