The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

boring: days off & the Sunday series

So I took some days off and now I’m back to my daily routine. Strangely enough (for me, at least), I haven’t continued with the Sunday Series. I seem to have lost the interest of doing so. After all, it’s a huge task — worse than a job. Hopefully I’ll put my head back into it in the next couple of days. Needless to say (type), it’s not like anyone cares — cheap joke at my expense.

By the way, you’re better off mocking and/or laughing at yourself before someone does so out of hatred and malice. This way, you exterminate (such a Dalek thing to say) the best weapon any asshole can hold at you (sickening control). Disarming your opponent before he/she can use such weapon is your best armament against such a miserable individual.

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