Good morning! Good morning! Welcome once again to Sunday Griot! Come, have a seat. Be comfortable. Today's story is another original effort, about a faraway place that doesn't resemble the here and now in the slightest, I'm sure you'll agree. It's called . . . The Weapon.
Good morning! Welcome once again to Sunday Griot.
This week the world's Jews are celebrating Passover, so I thought I would present a Passover story. I'll warn you right now, it's a bit dark, but there's light in it too. And I have to say I'm sorry I couldn't think of a better title that was as descriptive as . . . Passover In Hell.
If you like this meme, please help spread it. These people are wrapping themselves in the trapping of Christianity, but they are really worshiping the false god of Mammon. They say one thing and do another. I do not believe they are the Antichrist, but they are Anti-Christ in the broad sense of the word. They are hypocrites, and you know what Jesus said about hypocrites. They deserve to be exposed.
That's how Carnacki starts these out when he's here. Well, I didn't know how superstitious he was until he appeared in the C&J Cafe chat room this afternoon and asked for a volunteer to fill in for him today. Before I knew it everyone had taken a step back and I was standing out front with my tongue in my mouth and my teeth hanging out. They must have all realized this would be Got A Happy Story #13.
But that's OK because it gives me a chance to tell a story I've just never yet gotten around to. It's the story of why Damien comes to visit.
Good morning, good morning, and welcome once again to Sunday Griot! I'm so glad you took time out of your Sunday to hear a story. And you know what? There's a secret to this story, but I'm not going to tell you what it is yet. That's what makes it a secret! So pull up your chair and sit back while I tell you the story of Why The Monkeys Have No King.
Welcome! Welcome! Good morning! I am glad to see you here! Come, have a seat, and you shall hear a story.
Now normally I tell a story that has some kind of relevance to the world we find ourselves in, but today I just feel like telling a story that's fun to tell. So here, then, is the story of The King's Three Questions. Enjoy!
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Therefore, as a public service to Kossacks around the globe, here is a handy fill-in-the-blanks template for a "Goodbye, Cruel World" diary. Just choose the answers that suit you best, or fill in your own!
Good morning, good morning! Welcome to Sunday Griot! Here in thiis part of the world many of us celebrate Easter Sunday today, so I thought it might be appropriate to do one of the stories of Yeshua bin Yusuf, the Master Teacher. So I thought I would do the story of The Good Samaritan.
But you may never have heard it told like this before . . .
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