OK so the Witch on a Bicycle wasn’t brought bodily into heaven, not that I’m astonished at this. I was reading the rapture manual (written 110 AD) and it seems that the rapture will be limited to 144,000 Jewish male virgins, which means that when the rapture comes only a very small percentage of the population will vanish. If there isn’t a significant Jewish population near/around you, you probably won’t notice when it does/did happen. People keep acting like when the Rapture comes all the Really Good Christians® will suddenly vanish from the face of the Earth, when according to the Bible it will be Male Christian Jews that keep kosher and haven’t had sex but are physically capable of doing so. Now there might be 144,000 of those among the 7 billion or so humans on this Earth, but I don’t see them as being in any kind of concentration, you know what I mean?
But, on the good side, there were so many Really Good Christians® that couldn’t RTFM that were crying into whatever they cry into not on the roads this morning that it was a very pleasant ride into church this morning. Between that and the traffic signals actually being able to detect my bike I was able to get to church in under 20 minutes in spite of the headwinds. And because the winds got significantly stronger for my return trip my trip home was even better, except for the fool that decided to pass me 50 feet before a 4-way stop almost hitting me to get in the lane before the stop sign, while I was doing over 20 MPH. And naturally this was a very large, very black SUV.
I mentioned it was windy out today, well it’s also pollen-ey out today so I’m a bit sneezy and drippy, but after I take my allergy pill I will be a bit drowsy. I would rather be drowsy without sneezing than sneezing and as alert as I am with allergies.
So, I’m going to take a pill and a nap, and then go to evening services at church tonight.
Billed @$0.02, Opus