Russel’s Teapot (cartoon, hilarious).

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19 Responses to Russel’s Teapot (cartoon, hilarious).

  1. agnophilo says:

    @johnny_hopkins – I know, that’s perfect.

  2. Haha, this made me laugh. Thanks for posting this. 🙂

  3. agnophilo says:

    @Brok3nSpindles – You’re welcome : D  I came across it randomly and had to post it.

  4. @agnophilo – Well thank you for sharing it, haha. It was awesome. Where did you find it?

  5. agnophilo says:

    @Brok3nSpindles – In the search results googling pics for my last blog.  I had seen it before ages ago though.

  6. Nice….sad that I know someone exactly like that?

  7. LydJaGillers says:

    Hahahah! Made my morning!

  8. agnophilo says:

    @Sighing_Woodpecker – I know LOTS of people exactly like that.@amygwen – I thought so.@LydJaGillers – Yeah it’s a good one : D

  9. Ha. I’m surprised the guy doesn’t try proving Jesus wrong.

  10. agnophilo says:

    @stephenandginny – Did you get to the end, it’s got a great hook.

  11. @agnophilo – If by the end, you mean the ninth panel, then yes. My point was that that type of person is typically so entrenched in his or her interpretation, that he or she would argue with the god-man who he or she believe said it.I was previously unaware that the KJV translators rendered the phrase “horns of the wild ox” as “unicorn.” Good for them.

  12. agnophilo says:

    @stephenandginny – Ah.  And yeah, the KJV has 9 references to unicorns.  Some people still maintain it’s infallible…

  13. @agnophilo – I have always felt bad for people who lived before 1611 and/or don’t speak 17th-century English.

  14. @agnophilo – I was being sarcastic. The KJV was translated in 1611.

  15. agnophilo says:

    @stephenandginny – Yeah I knew that, I was just confused.  I’m better now : D

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