I knew there was something I was missing in your comment. Thanks for it, and for prompting me to look it up. (For those that don’t know, or as in my case, pretty much forgot about, please note the following:)
In Greek mythology Sisyphus was the king of Corinth. He was punished for his self-aggrandizing craftiness and deceitfulness by being forced to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it come back to hit him, repeating this action for eternity.
Heard some guy tried that and ended up breaking the glass on the copier. I would imagine he learned a painful lesson.
As GARCOA implies, it depends on the question. Now for the following questions I wouldn’t know who to turn to:
What do you say to an atheist when they sneeze?
Does an atheist who replies appreciatively to the above betray a lack of conviction?
And finally, Are atheists predisposed to stay out of foxholes, or are we brought around to the lack of conviction thing again?
At the very least, Adam could have worn his “Tuxedo” T-Shirt.
Ok Dad, Let’s say my name is “Community”. How much would you like to write off?
Maybe he is thinking about smoking. When his thought bubble has a picture of a skull and X-bones it means he is thinking of getting a tattoo.
Professional football in any weather is dangerous, hence all that gear. I can’t help but wonder if he will feel the same way when in the death of Winter football gives way to March Madness.
Checked out the fees for one of those places to keep a check from bouncing. Cheaper to let the check bounce. The fee was $60.00 to borrow $100.00.
Someone at work, the bright chipper type, renders it as, “okies”.
My guess is Jimmy McGill. (Better Call Saul reference.)