sweet moses on a flatbed

I don’t know how many different versions of the Ten Commandments are currently touring the US, but one of them stopped here in Ypsi yesterday… Anyway, it got me thinking about what, if anything, we could put on a flatbed truck and tour through the red states. My best idea so far is a giant science textbook chiseled out of marble, open to a page on evolution. My second best idea is that we hire an army of Darwin impersonators and let them loose in Wal-Mart. (If one of you has a few thousand bucks handy, I’ll give you my bank account numbers and we can get started.)

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5 Comments

  1. chris
    Posted March 22, 2005 at 11:03 pm | Permalink

    What I want to know is, is that rubbermaid minished in the back for protecting it from inclement weather or theft? Or is that where the driver hides his trucker porn and his equipment for cooking up theraflu into crank?

  2. mark
    Posted March 22, 2005 at 11:17 pm | Permalink

    That’s where they keep the illegal alien whose job it is to clean the statue…

  3. Ken
    Posted March 23, 2005 at 7:56 am | Permalink

    I assume that this is the one that was in Alababma.

    If I were trying to force a statue of the 10 commandments into a place, the very least I would do is make it a beautiful work of art. Maybe a figurative piece with Moses getting ready to throw the tablets at the golden calf. Anything but this lump.

    This thing was cranked out by a grave stone company after a 1/2 a day of sand blasting. It hurts my eyes to look at. It can be ex-judge Roy Moore’s grave stone after he passes from this earthy plane. They can add an inscription, too: “I was the pebble in your shoe.”

  4. Posted March 23, 2005 at 9:08 am | Permalink

    I like the fact that everyone is worshipping movie promotional materials. I wonder if I can get the courts to put up my 32oz “The Next Karate Kid” cup from Hardee’s.

    Of course Hollywood is still liberal/evil, but we need to fight to have their promotional materials in our courts.

  5. brett
    Posted March 23, 2005 at 10:04 am | Permalink

    “The Next Karate Kid”? Wasn’t Hillary Swank in that? I’m sure the courts would go for it!

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