Sunday, April 29, 2007

Footprints in the Sand

Could God click this with his mouse and make it so large he couldn't read it?
I wonder for how long I could get away with selling these inspirational, high-quality, framed prints for $26.95 each (plus s&h) to any location within the continental US within three business days to people who erroneously assumed a familiarity with the poem before somebody actually read the thing in its entirety?

I could use a new car.

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6 comments:

  1. They'd read the beginning and end first, it wouldn't work. Maybe if it was in a really script-y, difficult to read font...

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  2. You may be correct. The religious are not known for ignoring things that are obvious.

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  3. I'm not quite snotty enough to put that on my desk at work, but anyway, people would read the first couple lines and assume I was one of them.

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  4. That's the evil plan I had in mind, Googum. I'm considering printing a bunch of them out, leaving them in places like neighborhood civic centers and seeing if anyone notices.

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  5. That's perfect! Very subtle. AA+++ Would buy again!!

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  6. Okay, that's way funnier than the original version. Funnier than even the long-haired kid in Bobby Hill's Sunday School class' reading of it.

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