Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Jesus take the wheel. Seriously Jesus take it. WTF Jesus?

Darn it, it's so hard to concentrate with everybody screaming "stop" and "look out" at me.
Courtesy of NWF Daily News: 

A 28-year-old woman was taken to the hospital for evaluation after driving into a Mary Esther house Thursday morning. 

The woman told Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies she was praying at the time and had her eyes closed, according to the OCSO. 

The Fort Walton Beach woman was traveling eastbound on Marcia Drive when she failed to stop at a stop sign, went through an intersection and into the yard of a home on Miramar Drive. 

She tried to back out but got stuck in the sand, the OCSO said. 

She was cited for reckless driving with property damage.

Personally I blame God.

I mean if a person is trying to have a talk with him, the least he can do is make sure they do not plow into somebody's yard.

You know it's almost enough to make me stop believing in God.

Yep, that's it, I'm done.


  1. Anonymous4:11 AM

    I have been agnostic for the majority of my 50+ years and my experience is that atheists are rapidly becoming very similar to those that they try to ridicule - Christians (or other religious people). It is just me?

    1. Anonymous5:36 AM

      Yep...just you.

    2. Anonymous5:44 AM

      Yep, it's just you..

    3. Anonymous5:49 AM

      4:11 am; it's just you.

    4. Anonymous8:24 AM

      I agree 4:11.

      But if all the praying christian girls looked like the one in gryph's picture... well sign me the eff back up.

    5. Anonymous8:28 AM

      Anonymous4:11 AM. It's just you. And Christians are ALWAYS playing the victim.

    6. Anonymous9:17 AM

      8:28 unwittingly, wins the days dimwitted ironic comment response contest.

    7. Anonymous7:04 PM

      One more vote for."just you."

  2. Anonymous4:13 AM

    oooooooo lol.
    she saw the rump created polls and felt gasy. Get it? Big giant rump liar full of gas. big giant head says rump is a trusty crusty gas hole. lol

  3. Anonymous5:52 AM

    " Dear lord I don't want to help. But I don't want to feel bad that I don't want to help" Amen

  4. Anonymous6:09 AM

    What a story to wake up to. It's personal here because I absolutely hate that song and once went on a bit of a rant about it to my sister (who happens to love country music). After my rant, she calmly said, "It's just a metaphor." I cracked up. Of course I understood the metaphor. I have an MFA in poetry. My rant wasn't about figurative language but about simply stupid holy roller lyrics.

    1. The songwriter of "Jesus,Take The Wheel" did not do their homework.
      Jesus walked everywhere he went.

      So, yeah. He is not a licensed driver, but try 'splainin that to those rednecks in the Panhandle.

    2. Anonymous8:59 AM

      That one time he "walked on water" he actually used a paddle board.

  5. Anonymous8:00 AM

    People like her need to be locked up - for MY safety. And for the safety of all of us, she needs to be removed from the gene pool.

  6. Anonymous8:26 AM

    Prayer, huh...nice excuse but it didn't work, I hope.

  7. Anonymous8:57 AM

    Caption for photo: "Dear Lord, please remind me, you did say that blow jobs and butt sex keep me a virgin, right?"

  8. the whole flipping family of Dugglarizers and the Dugglarised9:25 AM

    off topic

    Horde of spotted locusts descend on Chik-Fil-A and devour the food. Pray the gay away and pimp some traditional family values also too.

  9. Anonymous11:00 AM

    Does Jesus pay her car insurance?

    Luckily she didn't kill anyone.

  10. HAHAHA, I can't believe this is on here Gryph! This is right up the road from me, it's been on the local news. What an idiot this woman is. Well, maybe now that she's done praying-while-driving she can get back to texting....or playing pokemon.

  11. Anita Winecooler4:50 PM

    IDK, this god fella sounds kind of mean. Years ago, a storm came through our neighborhood and a tree trunk crushed our car. The insurance wouldn't cover it, calling it an "Act of God". We called and asked them to try them all till they find one that will honor their policy.
    Crickets chirping and about twenty calls later, the insurance company "decided" to replace the car. We called the local news consumer's affair folks, and they found several with the same insurance that either got the damage fixed, got a pro rated check, or got their new car replaced. When we were satisfied, we took all our business and moved it to another company, along with the company I word for's fleet of cars and trucks.
    Something similar happened here awhile back. A car had a bible verse on a sticker, the car behind them decided to whip out the trusty good book to look it up, and swerved into the other car, sending both off road and landing in a creek.


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