September 10, 2010

Emily Returns

Hatched by Dafydd

And now a guest post from a well-known, concerned reader:

What's all this talk I hear about some pastor in Gainsville or Miami or one of those states pushing for an International Burn a Korean Day?

How can a Christian talk about burning people? Christians don't burn people. We've never burned people! I mean, I don't particularly like Korean food. It's too hot, especially kachoomi. But just because Korean food burns your tongue doesn't give you any excuse to go out and burn Koreans!

What is this world coming to? It's monstrous to talk about roasting human beings just because they smell funny and can't even decide which direction their country is, north or south. Even just suggesting an International Burn a Korean Day should get that pastor exfrockticated.

I could understand an International Burn a Social-Security Administrator Day, or maybe a Burn a Hobo Day; those tramps always frighten me. And those sticks with a tied-up handerchief they carry... you never know what's in them!

But you can't single out one race, not even Koreans, and start burning them. Not in this day and age.

I think we should burn that pastoral instead, like...

What's that? It's International Burn a Koran Day? What's a koran?

Oh -- that's very different.


Hatched by Dafydd on this day, September 10, 2010, at the time of 6:35 PM

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The following hissed in response by: Captain Ned

Thank you Emily, we all needed that.

The above hissed in response by: Captain Ned [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 12, 2010 12:41 PM

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