Friday, October 2, 2009

Just for Laughs #33


Remember the game people played eighty years ago called, "Where's Waldo Emerson?" Well, look close at this photo by clicking on the picture and come up with a caption that would make an Arminian whistle.

8 comments:

  1. Synergy Ski Fest '09 was a big hit until the dreaded Calvinist robot couple... A & W Pink showed up.

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  2. You Calvinist are all robots, how dare you have any fun. Go!!! God chose you to do His will not to play...GO!!! learn doctrine and leave the fun for those who are weak.

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  3. If you look closely, you can see Blaise Pascal taking wagers on which side of the crevasse will drop off into the eternal abyss.

    The apocalyptic nature of this impending disaster is underscored by the fact the the shadow of the mountain in the background is on the wrong side.

    Craig

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  4. Because John Calvin declared the cinema (as well as organ music) to be the work of the devil, Reformed folk are notoriously non-movie-goers. So let me explain what you are seeing here.

    No; this is not Blake's portrayal of the Final Judgment, as you are probably thinking. It is a scene from the recent hit movie, Transistors. What appears to be some electric power equipment (on the roof) is actually a pair of cleverly disguised robots.

    These robots perform many different tasks, mysteriously adapting themselves to accomplish whatever chores need to be done. These include grooming the slopes at night, making snow, judging competetive events, and exacting corporal punishment on people who use the ski lift without a ticket. They also provide shuttle service between the chalet and the nearby village.

    Things get nasty however, when some of the robots try to unionize.

    This is actually a remake of the 1939 film of the same name, starring Zazu Pitts, and Boris Karloff.

    Craig

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  5. And as many as were ordained survived the alien robot invasion.

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  6. The mechanistic aliens insisted that nothing had changed. "Go play in the snow" they said. "Ski, have fun, or else."

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  7. Do not be afraid earthlings, except you in that tacky yellow and black windbreaker, we have come because we heard you had the best slopes in the galaxy. Where's the double diamond run?

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  8. WHo wrote the one on 4/18/12?

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