I don't know how else to say this...THIS IS REAL! $50 to the first person who delivers the "Fantastic Four" from the Reformation Wall (see photo above) in
Geneva, Switzerland to my home in Salmiya, Kuwait. I will place two twenties and a crisp ten dollar bill in your hands myself! That's all there is to it!
I bet that it would cost me at least $49.50 to get the job done, so I have to figure out whether it is worth 4 bits to try.ReplyDelete
I will get back with you later.
Wow. That thing would make a great paper weight & hat rack combo!ReplyDelete
"Look a madrassa!"ReplyDelete
That's not a madrassa you idiot its a medu...
Oh this isn't a caption contest...
This brings back memories of that old movie, "Sinbad, the Arminian", where these giant statues came to life and battled Sinbad! Those Ray Harryhausen effects were awesome!ReplyDelete
Or something along the lines of the Seven Faces Of Dr. Lao.ReplyDelete
Eddie, I like this project. I think it is worth giving it a go.ReplyDelete
First I need to get a crew together, then we find out how they got Han Solo off his wall. After we solve that problem, I figure that once we get Farel released and re-animated the others should be easy. (Farel always was difficult to budge.)
If we are successful with the "Fantastic Four," would you like us to go ahead and bring along Oliver Cromwell, too?
I had no idea the Fantastic Four were encased in carbonite. They were mighty tall, too. I guess that's why they were head and shoulders above their contemporaries.
Will you have to fend off the Rancor to release them?
Are you kidding? The Rancor will be glad to be rid of them.ReplyDelete
John, Paul, George, and Ringo when they were in their brief Reformer clothing phase... If you spun their album backwards it said, "Paul was the Apostle to the Gentiles..."ReplyDelete
Wait! What?! John, Paul, George and Ringo went through a phase in which they wore brief Reformer clothing?! How did I miss THAT?ReplyDelete
It's an obscure album called, "Martin Luther's Lonely Hearts Club Band".ReplyDelete
I know the answer..... William Farel, John Calvin, Theodore Beza, and John KnoxReplyDelete
did anyone answer this before me?ReplyDelete