Daily Joke: Did You See That?


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Two guys are out hunting deer. The first guy says, "Did you see that?"

"No," the second guy says.

"Well, a bald eagle just flew overhead," the first guy says.

"Oh," says the second guy.

A couple of minutes later, The first guy says, "Did you see that?"

"See what?" the second guy asks.

"Are you blind? There was a big, black bear walking on that hill, over there."

"Oh."

A few minutes later the first guy says: "Did you see that?"

By now, the second guy is getting aggravated and a little embarrassed, so he says, "Yes, I did!"

And the first guy says: "Then why did you step in it?"

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Today's Spiritual Quote
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'Angelolatry' is the veneration or worship of angels. Historically, because in the great missionary faiths of Islam and Christianity, there has been a tendency for the older polytheistic deities to reemerge as angels, angelolatry has often been rejected as a form of idolatry. end quote
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