Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Going to Church in Chicago (Miraculous Humor!)

Passed along by an old buddy

When I heard Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson were going to be guest preachers at a nearby church, I decided to go and check them out in person.

As soon as I sat down, Reverend Sharpton came over to me. I don't know why, maybe it was because I was the only white person in the church. He laid his hands on my hand and said: "By the will of Jesus the Lord Almighty, and the will of God, you will walk today."

I told him I was not paralyzed.

Then Jesse Jackson came by and said: "By the Grace of God, and his Son Jesus, the Lord Almighty, you will walk today."

Again I said that there is nothing wrong with me.

After the sermon I stepped outside and, lo and behold—my car was gone!



Anonymous said...

A ten out of ten...hilarious.You won't hear that on Colbert.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Did everyone see the racist welcome Betsy DeVos got over at (black)Bethune College?I'll bet HER car was stolen also.
Chanting,turning their backs on DeVos,the blacks acted as uncivilized as you can in that situation-without rioting.No racism here(ha).
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

I guess I'll post this under the humor category.
UPDATE on the newly discovered black police officer (who used to be white),suing for 500gs.
HASTINGS, Mich. (WOOD) — In response to allegations that a police officer was harassed about his racial makeup, the city of Hastings says the officer in question brought it up and himself made inappropriate jokes about it.

In his lawsuit, Sgt. Cleon Brown claims his bosses and co-workers started harassing him after a test through an ancestry research website revealed he is 18 percent black.

Officer says bosses, co-workers violated his civil rights over lineage
But in a response filed with the court, which was 24 Hour News 8 on Monday, the city said Brown himself would mention it to his co-workers.

“The topic of Brown’s heritage was basically forgotten by the members of the Department until Brown would bring it up again so as to joke about it,” the response from the city reads in part.

The city also claims that some of the jokes Brown made about his own racial makeup were based in stereotypes and inappropriate.
The most public evidence that Brown cited appeared on a Christmas tree in the lobby of the police department, where decorations included Santa figurines bearing the names of each officer. Brown’s Santa was had darker skin tone and “18%” was written on the beard.

The city acknowledged that incident happened and said the officer responsible apologized to Brown. The city said that at the time, Brown indicated to Chief Jeff Pratt that he “was not upset and that he was proud of his African heritage.” Still, the city says the chief instructed all officers that no further joking about Brown’s heritage would be tolerated. The city said that incident was the last of which it was aware.

Brown is suing the city for at least $500,000. He is still on the force.
GRA:Like I said previously,if no one thought he was black before,they sure do now--based just on his behavior.Since he discovered he's 18% black,he's lied,sued for phony money and claimed racism when there is none.Lol.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Is this joke a hate crime?? Nicholas might be prosecuted for posting the joke.

Anonymous said...

Not guilty of a hate crime..GUILTY of posting a great joke.