Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Let's experiment: Everyone pray for rain in Indiana!

Forget Colorado and Texas and all the other places that have droughts this year. Just pray for Indiana, or if you are lazy about prayer, just pray for Muncie, so I can stop watering my day lilies every day. C'mon give it a go. Squeeze your eyes real hard like you're passing a rock hard piece of people-scat. Pray to whatever god you wish. The more the merrier. If more people praying makes things go your way, then you'd think that more gods being prayed to would be even better. But skip Allah. He seems to be a fan of desertification. And being fucking evil, he'd probably send a flood. I only want enough rain to green up the lawn, keep my day lilies from dying, and if you have some prayer mojo left over, pray for my baby zinnias. They're so tiny. Letting them die now would be like a zinnia abortion.

8 comments:

LadyAtheist said...

p.s. if you move me from D2 to D1 I'll buy you all ice cream!

Bruce Gerencser said...

And I am 2 hours NE of you in Ohio. Please send the rain our way. :)

LadyAtheist said...

You can have my leftovers :-D

Plasma Engineer said...

We've had a hosepipe ban in England. (I gather that isn't a word you use, but forgive my English accent, and assume I mean hose). The ban started in April and since then we have had the wettest drought in recorded history. Hope you guys get a share of it too.

LadyAtheist said...

Thank you everyone! We had rain today! It must have been the prayers. Okay, everyone who prayed, tell me the words you used so we can tell the Christians how to get results.

Bruce Gerencser said...

The storm you got today came our way and it rained for about 15 minutes. Didn't do much good. South and east of us...lots of rain and horrific winds. Lots of damage. We even saw 2 semi trucks blown over.

Infidel753 said...

Hah! Your greenhouse gases are no match for my mumbo-jumbo!

Can't help noticing that the current 110-degree temperatures are mostly afflicting parts of the country where most people don't believe in anthropogenic global warming. Maybe the universe has a sense of justice after all.

LadyAtheist said...

Bruce, we have more atheists here, which must be why we got more rain.

Infidel, notice that tornadoes afflict those people too but they seem always to be grateful when they survive and blow off the tragedy of those who died. Oh and they're the best people in the world because they help their neighbors. Apparently Fox Noise never covers it when earthquake survivors dig through the rubble with their bare hands to rescue babies despite being heathens.