Your Laughter Awaits
I’ve given this whole lazy thing some thought because my line of work lends itself to slacking off, as do most careers of the self-employed. If you’re your own boss how much trouble can you get in if you just don’t show up for work? I’ve thought about slackers long a
Indignant is a great word. I’m often indignant myself. I understand indignant people. As a matter of fact, I often become indignant about people who don’t understand indignant people. There is plenty of injustice in this world to be incensed about and comedy itself is pr
Satire and irony (not widely recognized in the church) are methods of communication and most often on important subjects. I won’t be supplying you any examples because I attend church, so I’m not sure I’d recognize them myself. Isn’t that iron… hey, I think I just
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"Thor is both hilarious and profound. What more can you ask for?"
"Praise God for Thor! The end must be getting near because Christians are actually getting funny."
“Whatever you call Thor Ramsey, he’s funny – and he has something to say."
"Fun to read! Prepare to laugh!"