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Report: Majority Of Money Donated At Church Doesn't Make It To God

WASHINGTON—A shocking report released Monday by the Internal Revenue Service revealed that more than 65 percent of the money donated at churches across the world never reaches God. "Unfortunately, almost half of all collections go toward administrative expenses such as management, utilities, and clerical costs," said Virginia Raeburn, a spokesperson for the Lord Almighty, adding that another 25 percent of heavenly funding is needed just to cover payroll for the angelic hierarchy. "People always assume God is filthy rich, but they'd be surprised to learn His net worth is only around $8 million—and most of that is tied up in real estate." According to Raeburn, God currently has enough money saved to live comfortably throughout all eternity, but He may be forced to shutter a number of† under-performing religions.


Thought we could use a laugh.

Chris Rock on Gun Control

With all the horror is the world humor keeps us sane. I think Chris Rock had the right idea about guns.

Americans Opposed to Being Shot Seek Representation in Washington

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – Americans who are opposed to being shot, a constituency that has historically failed to find representation in Washington, are making a new effort to make its controversial ideas heard in the nation’s capital.

“When you bring up the idea of not wanting to be shot with members of Congress, there’s always been pushback,” Carol Foyler, founder of the lobbying group Americans Opposed to Being Shot, said. “Their reaction has been, basically, ‘Not being shot: who’s going to
support something like that?’”

Foyler, however, believes that the right to not be shot, much like women’s right to vote, the right to same-sex marriage, and other rights that were deemed controversial in their day, may be an idea whose time has finally come.

“For years, we’ve been talking about the right to not be shot and people have been looking at us like we’re out of our minds,” she said.

“But recent polls show that a vast majority of Americans, in fact, do not want to be shot.”


Jim Jefferies -- Gun Control (Part 1) from BARE -- Netflix Special

Part 2 can be found on YouTube.

It is sad when it takes a Aussie comedian to tell the truth about guns.

Thoughts & Prayers App Commercial

This video seems to be relevant very often.

Eric Idle - "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life" - STEREO HQ

Our nation is going through horrific times. In horrific times one needs humor to keep themselves sane. Here is some Monty Python to cheer us up.

Lewis black on Yom Kippur

Kol Nidre is tomorrow so I thought this was appropriate. Gmar Chatimah Tova everyone.

Shannon Sharpe's response to President Trump's comments about the NFL in Alabama UNDISPUTED

Thought this was relevant

For those who aren't aware Shannon Sharpe is a former NFL Tight End who in Hall of Fame.

De Blasio projected to win Democratic primary for mayor

Source: NY 1

NY1 projects Mayor Bill de Blasio to be the winner of the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City.

With a little less than 86 percent of precincts reporting as of 10 p.m, de Blasio had 74.3 percent of the vote.

His nearest challenger, Sal Albanese, had 15.5 percent of the vote.

Michael Tolkin had 4.7 percent of the vote, Robert Gangi had 3.1 percent of the vote and Richard Bashner had 2.4 percent of the vote.

Read more: http://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs/news/2017/09/12/primary-day-nyc.html

Democrats win special election in Norman

Source: The Oklahoman.

Oklahoma Democrats added another seat to their House membership Tuesday as Jacob Rosecrants beat Darin Chambers to fill an unexpired term.

The Norman House seat was previously held by Scott Martin, who left the Legislature to run the Norman Chamber of Commerce. It is the third House or Senate seat Democrats have taken from the GOP in special elections this year alone. The minority party will have 28 members in the Oklahoma House when Rosecrants is sworn in, which could be before a special session begins Sept. 25.

Rosecrants beat Chambers, a Norman businessman and Navy veteran, winning more than 60 percent of the vote. He delivered a victory speech to a raucous crowd at the Main Street Event Center in Norman.

Read more: http://newsok.com/democrats-win-special-election-in-norman/article/5563866

I am not from Oklahoma but I heard there was a special election due to the million emails I get from the DLCC.

This is the 2nd red seat we flipped to blue tonight.
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