Update: Since the original post was about the nature of God, let’s have another bit of humor. Yes, it’s on yoootoob (associated with g00glle) but just this once… it’s an important public safety announcement.
An Observant Reader, ooGcM taobmaetS, recently passed on to me via dead drops, mute couriers, and randomized routes a picture that is so momentous, so blockbuster, so all-consuming, that it is a wonder that space-time hasn’t grown thinner in spots and perhaps even started to crumble like old cheese in others.
It was regarding the nature of God.
I have asked taobmaetS ooGcM if he has considered being a High Priest of the Ordered Drawer of the Holey Sock.
He chuckled and shook his head modestly and said:
Lemur, I know you worship the very ground I walk on (shame on you). But you also know I’m too humble to think of elevating myself to a position of such awesome responsibility. I am just a simple man, with simple needs, and a cat named Brrrt, who needs me to feed him smoked gouda and free him from trees from time to time. No, that is my calling in life. And baiting goths and trolling Trolls. And ****ing with people that need ****ing with. Yes, that’s the life for me, my friend. That’s the life for me and that’s my calling. Leave the rest of that to better men than I. – taobmaetS ooGcM, explaining why he could not take up the mantle of the Holey Sock priesthood.
Note: I am a God-fearing Protestant and not some rabid atheist. I just believe that God also has a sense of humor. Look at the world around you and you have many examples of this.
If ever you needed more reason to pack your own kid’s lunches, may I suggest that this is it? This is what your government will do to feed your little snowflakes. This is stuff that they won’t even put in hotdogs because it is last-choice animal product. The only thing that comes lower than this stuff is actual excrement, earwax, the solids from bile, and pulmonary tumors.
Here’s what should really disturb you:
Pink slime is a mixture of leftover trimmings, sinew, and other beef parts culled from a cow once the expensive and more recognizable cuts of meat have been harvested and sent to a butcher. The collection of leftovers is spun in a centrifuge to remove excess fat, washed in a disinfecting solution and then minced for use in various applications.
Pink slime is allowed to make up as much as 15% of the ground beef you might be purchasing at from your local grocery store. And according to some industry experts, the concoction may be in as much as 70% of the ground beef found in America. – Mike Opelka, The Blaze