Shedding Some Light

Math Challenged


Said the two snakes to Noah: “We’ll give it a try, but we’re adders, you know, we don’t multiply.”



Don’t Confuse Me!


Some of my best arguments are spoiled by people who know what they’re talking about.


Courtesy of George Kottwitz
Trinity Lutheran Church
Edwardsville, Ill.


 



An English Lesson


A pastor used the word phenomenon in his sermon. At the close of service, a member of the congregation asked him the meaning of the word. “If you see a cow, that’s not a phenomenon,” the pastor explained. “If you see a thistle, that’s not a phenomenon. And if you see a bird singing, that’s not a phenomenon, either. But if you see a cow sitting on a thistle and singing, that’s a phenomenon.”


Adapted from Heavenly Hoots
by Ken Alley


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