Monday, July 14, 2008

A Message for the Sitting President


Welcome to "The Gods Are Bored!" Today we turn this site over to an old buddy of ours, the Jersey Devil!

Hey, Dubya, you fat-faced oil slut moron. Get dis. You drill offa da shore of New Jersey, you deal with me. I like my beaches and my overpriced t-shirt stores (you should see what dose shirts say about you) and my rolla coasters and all dat stuff. My boardwalks are da rockinest, and it's a cheap ride to my beaches from Philly, New York, and even Baltimore.

Some hurricane comes along and bashes da Jersey Shore, hell, dat's Fate. But you slather my beaches with oil, you gonna wish you wuz one a dem crude-crudded dolphins, yo.

Don't mess with da Jersey Devil, Dubya, you ain't got the stuff for it.

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5 Comments:

At July 14, 2008 , Blogger Hecate said...

You tell him!

 
At July 14, 2008 , Blogger yellowdog granny said...

for once jersey has something texas needs...a jersey devil..if we had him way back when, maybe he wouldn't have been elected governor to texas and then the president..sheesh

 
At July 14, 2008 , Blogger BBC said...

You drill offa da shore of New Jersey, you deal with me.

That should be some interesting entertainment, lets see, what snacks do I want to bring.

It may be delayed for a while but someday you will have to have some really good bombs to stop these morons from drilling, anywhere.

Where there is oil they will want it. Got some really good bombs? I would like to help you out with that but my soul rebels against the thought of making bombs so I've never learned how.

Well, my mind knows some interesting ways to blow things up but I'm not sharing any of that. They might give others ideas.

 
At July 15, 2008 , Blogger Anne Johnson said...

We at "The Gods Are Bored" do not advocate the use of bombs to settle disputes. We rely upon Jersey Devils and counter-spells and petitions to bored gods and goddesses. Gunpowder leaves pesky stains on the upholstery, and we can't have that.

 
At July 17, 2008 , Anonymous SourisOptique said...

I can't say I've ever seen the Jersey Devil from that angle; he seems to bear a family resemblance to the Jabberwocky. ;D

 

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