Different joke, same message. Short version: evacuation from flooding, man refuses help, says ‘god will provide’, man drowns, meets god, says I trusted in you, what happened? God replies, I sent you…etc.
Also could have gone with “I sent you two boats and a helicopter”
Ow, ow, ow…
“When asked to select America’s greatest year, Trump supporters offered a wide range of answers, with no distinct pattern.” “The most popular choice was the year 2000 according to the results of a new survey, conducted online by the digital media and polling company Morning Consult.” -New York Times, April 2016
In other words, Trump fans want to go back to where we were at the end of 8 years of Democratic administration.
I would agree, if they weren’t being so generous with virus distribution. It infuriates me to hear the flaming hypocrites (the ones who want to repeal Roe v. Wade) coopting ‘My body, my choice’ (“Our Bodies, Our Selves” is 50 years old) but don’t get “Your Infection, My Risk”. If you are anti-mask/anti-vax, next time you see a picture of a kid on a ventilator, remember: YOU DID THIS
We’ve seen videos of preachers telling their ‘flocks of sheep’ that they don’t need masks or vaccinations because “You have Ja-HEE-zus” (have to make it three syllables). I’m sure we all know the joke about the guy who kept praying in vain to win the lottery?
I was trying to think of a way to get ergot in here; nicely done.
(Or, putting Descartes before the horse: “Sum, ergo cogito”)
“What is this ‘shame’ of which you speak?”
Paraphrasing Mary McCarthy: “every word he speaks is a lie, including ‘and’ and ‘the’.”