Thursday, December 13, 2007

You learn the neatest stuff on the internet.

For instance, it's apparently legal to hunt whiny anti-nativity scene protesters over a baited field in Ohio. Check out the elaborate blind in Willoughby shown in this post; just wait for enough picket signs to start milling about in front of baby Jesus, put a match to the touchhole, and stand back...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would it be considered vandalism to rearrange the nativity figures into an artillery crew?

comatus said...

Sure, cannon season's really short, unles you get a draw for Youth Lottery weekend.

But dang, they're good eatin ifn you fix em right (state motto). I'd go with the sabot, except on a Napoleon.

No, you can't conceal one in the library. It's been tried.

JD said...

I like the grape shot idea myself but I am not sure there would be enough left to eat or mount on the wall when you were done hosing down the place. Then there would be the problem of ice after the clean up and. . . .

Tam said...

"comatus said..."

Comatus! You're back!

My comments section just ain't the same without your extra-dry wit. :)

Breda said...

comatus - I keep it right next to my axe.

See that building directly behind the cannon, on the other side of the street? That is a library! (but not my library)

Breda said...

um...I guess it's more behind the nativity - the taller building has a barber shop and a Christian Science reading room. Something for everyone!