yes, the spelling in the post subject was intentional. yes, it’s childish and would never get chosen as a winning contribution. you’ll have to do better than that to win the admiration of a couple dozen people (which, by the way, is the grand prize)!
some really good ones in the running this time around!
the convergence of 27 Iives
Phil (deeply cynical, but funny!)
It’s a church board meeting. Everyone has their blow horn to be heard, blinders on so they can only see what is in front of them,( not whats around them), and no one from the outside can get into the circle.
Eric Altson (nerdy, but good! dude, you even got the little dots over the ‘o’!)
Schrödinger’s later attempt to solve the classic paradox.
Um, not seeing that the dish is better than cable…
The youth pastor’s latest object lesson to explain the trinity.
sorry, you were in my blind spot.
Scooter wondered how well the mind-meld was working and whether the others could sense his hairball coming on too…
I guess you’re wondering why I demanded the Cone of Silence for this meeting.
even amish cats believe in shunning.
and the winner is…
tough call this time, but my gut says to go with the simple-but-funny, “sorry, you were in my blind spot” from leslie! yeah, luters! a raise a glass to thee.