Deep Questions of Science and Religion
Here at the Herald’s northwest branch office, our days are generally filled to the brim spreading communist propaganda, supporting the homosexual agenda, trampling the precious courthouse grass, scaring the horses and cooking dinner.
But the unexamined life is a life not worth living, so from time to time we feel the need to step back and ponder the deep questions of the universe. When these questions come up, our instinct is not to go to the experts, or the pointy-headed local professariat, or even the local librarian. No, being of fine superficial populist and democratic instincts, we seek out you, the Herald readership, for your opinions.
This will be the first in a series, by God’s grace a continuing series, of discussions into deeper questions than those we confront day to day. The Herald will pose the question, and YOU, the Herald community, will make it all clear. Thank you in advance.
To start the series, we proudly present Deep Question of Science and Religion #1:
DQSR#1: In a legitimate assault and battery, can one get a concussion or has the LORD designed mankind’s brain to emit a protective secretion?
1,000 bonus salvation points and a chance to win a time-share at Camp Lejeune if you can answer the following bonus question to the nearest five: What is the average number of neurons in a Tea Party congressman’s head: a)10, b) 20, c) 30, or d) 40?