Wisdom in Nonsense?

Last night, during a break from watching the CNN town hall with the Libertarian candidates for President and Vice President, I wrote a bizarre post on Facebook, expecting it to generate a flood of comments questioning my sanity. Sadly, only one person made a comment, suggesting the post was alcohol-induced. It wasn’t, but I guess I can see why the respondent might have thought so. Here’s the post:

I do not own horses, nor do I wish to sell children. These matters may seem miles apart, but if you look carefully, they barely describe distances in kilometers in a universe in which apostasy trumps faith an inch at a time.

And there you have it. A comment so utterly absurd, yet so full of truth, that no response can possibly do it justice.

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"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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2 Responses to Wisdom in Nonsense?

  1. Heh Heh... says:

    You said “trump…”

  2. Juan Flores says:

    Saw it this morning. I didn’t think alcohol induced at all. In fact, I’m still chewing it!

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