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Friday, January 25, 2013

Someone left this on my windshield last night

Tucked under the windshield wiper like one of those flyers that you get for car detailing or lawn service or whatever.
So, I paid it no mind, but this morning it was still there, so I pulled it off and was surprised to find that it had a wooden base. And it was made of fairly thick cardboard covered in Saran Wrap or some such plastic. And this is what it had printed on it:

IMG_20130125_142617.jpg by spudboy67
IMG_20130125_142617.jpg, a photo by spudboy67 on Flickr.

If you're having trouble seeing the picture, it shows a group of business people sitting around a conference table and the text "differences of administrations, but the same Lord."
1 Cor 12:5

I'm not sure what the point is supposed to be the point of this. Obviously someone put a lot of time and effort into this, so I assume there's supposed to be a message of some kind, but hell if I know what it is.
 Usually if someone is going to print something with a Bible verse on it, it will be a verse with some sort of obvious significance like "Repent and be baptized," or "For God so loved the world" or something. The Missus is of the opinion that crazy people are crazy and do crazy things and she's usually right about these things. But if anyone has any idea what the significance of this is, I'd sure like to know.


Blueberry said...

Nothing good has ever come out of that meeting.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I wonder if it's the first one in a series? Keep us posted!

jadedj said...

It is clear to me that they misspelled lard. If you make that correction, it makes perfect sense..."differences of administrations, but the same lard. The initials at the bottom give it away...Kentucky JehoseaFAT Victims.

Brewella Deville said...

I think your Missus is right. However, I'll pass along some advice a cop friend once gave me when I found something similar on my door. If some particularly crazy person has singled you out for redemption and makes a habit of leaving notes like this one, it's time to involve the authorities. You wouldn't want to end up as a skin suit in someone's basement.

Margaret Benbow said...

Were the business people in the picture wearing robes and haloes? Then you would know for sure it was a Lord thing. But if they had bagels in front of them, maybe it really said "Different administrations, but the same lox."

Professor Chaos said...

No, just regular business attire. I didn't notice any bagels either.