Thursday, December 14, 2006

The Savior Best Watch for Falling Prices

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That's got to be about the stupidest damn question I've heard in a long time. Anyway, I'll play along with the unions. Jesus was a man who was without money and thus in today's secular world would be a meager carpenter attempting to make ends meet. Wal-Mart has excellent savings on anything from food to clothing. I'm not sure if Jesus would buy a big screen TV or MP3 player--I'll have to ask my local union business agent about that--but if he did, he'd get it for the best price at his local (Nazareth, PA?) Wal-Mart.

Jesus didn't have a clue what health insurance was. Fair pay in his day was whatever you could get from the crops growing in your fields or the fish you could catch in your net.

Again, the stupidest question I've heard in quite some time. It didn't stop the unions from asking it though:

BTW, where in hell does the preacher (or actor portraying a preacher) have the right to question what Jesus would have or would not have done?

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