Why does any adult need to make up some fairy tale about angles
It was the angle. You said so right in your post:
Had she lived one apartment over she would be dead now.
Yeah, the angle probably pushed her over the edge onto the awning, just to prove that angles exist. Of course, Douglas Adams proved long ago that proof of God's existence eliminates the need for faith. With no faith, there's no God.
In other words, the angle push proves angels don't exist.
If it turns out that her apartment was not actually over the awning and the laws of physics do not allow for a trajectory that lets her land there I will entertain the possibility of divine intervention. Absent that I'm sticking with earthly explanations.
You've just got no imagination.
The correct answer would be The Force. Jummati's medical records show a Midichlorian count of 10,000 - which is the equivalent to that of Qui-Gon Jinn. She used her Jedi powers to hit the awning. (This entry should also clue Jambo into my identity).
Han shot first!
By 1:34 PM, at
Personal to Jambo: I've spent all day trying in vain to come up with a bad pun involving the lyrics to "Dig It" (or as a backup, "Devil In Her Heart"). I give up.
I don't think Dig It has enough lyrics to make a pun. Maybe you should just let it be. I don't know that "something in the gay she moose" will ever be equaled.
Are we talking about angels or angles here. Was it the angle of the awning in question or was it the angel watching over her? Do any of you know how to spell?
By 10:29 AM, at
First (and worst) blog misssspellling ever.
I edited the main post to correct the spelling error, but I'm not going to worry about any of the comments, including my own.<< Home