25 July 2006


Those Irish bogs are wacky things - but come on - this is surreal:

Irish archaeologists Tuesday heralded the discovery of an ancient book of psalms by a construction worker while driving the shovel of his backhoe into a bog.

OK - I can accept that. THIS defies reasoning, in light of current events:

"The book was found open to a page describing, in Latin script, Psalm 83, in which God hears complaints of other nations' attempts to wipe out the name of Israel."

Are those hoofbeats?


Those weren't hoofbeats after all. Apparently, the numbering of the Psalms changed when King James I took it upon himself to rewrite the Bible and the book in question was open to the modern Psalm 84 which does not reference the destruction of Israel.

Whew. What a relief. I was startin'to wonder if I needed to prepare for the Rapture. Glad to know I have a few more days of drinking.

1 comment:

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