Paper Waffles and Marshall University: Is there a connection?

Paper waffles, eh? This is a portion of the top of a box of instant waffles that our family ate a few weeks ago. I saved the top because of the obvious irony. Many times statements are made that can almost have a double meaning. I was perusing some of my past articles, and I found that in many cases, the satire that I wove into the arguments could very well be a turn-off for anyone who did not already agree with me. This is not what I would have intended to do. So, I humbly beg pardon for any place I may have offended my readers who do not share my views. And the waffles really did taste like 100% recycled paperboard. Tomorrow, I will be traveling to Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. I have been looking closely at this college for quite some time due to the substantial scholarships that they offer. Lord willing, I will post about my trip upon my return. And no, there is no real connection. I just said that to get people's attention (I know, I am pretty mean. Oh, well. After all, I didn't say that there was a connection. . . .). In Him, David S. MacMillan III


Alex King said...

ROFL - yeah, it sure got my attention :D

Satire in creationism is a hard topic . Some people dislike people such as Kent Hovind because of that, but some people like him for the same reason. Oh well :D

Anonymous said...

Hi, I just wanted to let you know that the article you posted on Wikipedia about Regenerate Our Culture is being put up for deletion due to violation of Wikipedia policy.

You can discuss it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Regenerate_Our_Culture

Aslan said...

I love paper waffles. Good tast, even better texture.