On the Amill Express, we try to teach Premillennials not to take themselves (or Israel) too seriously.
"Whadya mean, 'Why am I laughin?' Why, this is the first time the train's stayed on the tracks through St. Louis."
"Why Mam, anyone who thinks Brian McClaren is generous and orthodox must've been born yesterday!"
Ned's feelings were hurt when, as a joke, the conductor used the ticket punch on the tract he had handed him.
Honey, something tells me this train isn't bound for glory.
Son, I punch holes in every Calvinistic bible tract that is given to me, and seein as this one is written by A.W. Pink, I'm gonna make it look like Swiss cheese!
You say Todd Bentley said this train is doomed. We'll see sonny.
Ned Nedderheim had the impression he should have kept his mouth shut instead of saying anything about his bad feeling about the conductor of this long black train.