Dear Thomas G. Mcree,
Are you for reals? That was the greatest review I have ever read by that halfwit Humphrey (RE:Dear Jeff Foxworthless). I had to check if that Southern twit was really involved with what appears to be the dumbest fucking idea ever proposed to television. For starters, what frame of reference and which Bible are these "scholars" using and citing? Which books of this "Bible" do they believe is correct and has a definitive answer? But besides all that questionable "right" and "wrong" answers and the fact Jeff Foxworthy is neither funny nor the appropriate person to mediate a religious debate on the "Bible"...what kind of assumption is your assertion that the person next to you on a plane would be praying to your God? Which brings us to one of the many point Dr. Humphrey was speculating on...what makes these so-called Christians think the average American is one of these "Bible" banging Evangelical idiots?
More specifically, I shouldn't have to point out that the Mercury is "offensive and vulgar". That is precisely the reason I for one read it. To paraphrase the parable, "You knew I was a snake when you picked me up."
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