The Problem with Fridays.

It’s now 1448 and I’ve washed one dog, took one hour nap, carried out the garbage, talked to the neighbor Karen who told me today is Good Friday. I have to say I didn’t know there was a bad Friday unless, of course, you consider Friday the 13th as being a Bad Friday and if you do then why don’t we call it such as it is instead of so many words …. three against one. I think this is more politically correct to have a sameness instead of making the one with a longer description than the other. Don’t you agree with me?

Then we have the problem of more Friday the 13ths occurring than Good Fridays. We simply cannot allow one to outnumber the other. We also have a Church problem here as Good Friday is a Church day and Friday the 13th is considered not but the reality is that it is.

Friday the 13th is a Church day, which of course horrifies Atheists because …. because …. it simply does. I think it has something to do with the movie by the same name.

If you don’t believe me then research it. Now, of course, we now have another problem with that: separation of Church and State and then there is the atheist thing.

Alright, so let’s look at the problem of separation of Church and State. Well, in France (recall that is where the origin of Friday the 13th occurred) you have the problem that it was a government policy of killing off a religious order that started the whole thing, So, how can separate that? You can’t. You can ignore it but you can’t separate it. If you choose to ignore it than you stand the possibility of forgetting history and if you forget history than you are doomed to repeat it. See the problem here?

Now, let’s address the atheist problem. The atheists that I have met will take the day off if it happens to be in their employer’s position to allow the day, Good Friday, to be off. But while off they will criticize the fact that Good Friday is in existence and that it should not be because it is a religious holiday and how dare the damn Christians have a holiday name Good in the first place. But, and this is the important part, Atheists like Friday the 13th, most do because it makes them happy that the King of France was out killing monks and monks we all know are perverts (well some are but a lot of atheists are also and so you don’t hear the atheists running around pointing fingers at atheism as having perverts like they do the Church), and so even if they don’t they will speak of it as being a Bad Friday which goes right back to what I said in the first place. If we have a Good Friday why can’t we just have a damn Bad Friday and be done with it?????

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