The Bible on Vultures

To live a good and moral life, one must know about vultures.  Apparently, cuz look Luke 18:20-37
Pharasees: “When will the Kingdom of God come?”
Jesus Saturday Night Fevers around the question like Travolta, for fifteen lines, never answers.
Disciples: “Where, Lord?”
Jesus: “Where there is a dead body, there the vultures will gather.”
See, these are the kinds of valuable insights you can only get from this book. Then Jesus says whole bunch more shit, and Luke 18:34
The disciples did not understand any of this. Its meaning was hidden from them, and they did not know what he was talking about.
And then it changes the subject. But it's all good, we know about the vultures.

Luke 22:36-38 He tells Petey-boy that he's not a transgressor, but the prophecies say he is, so he has to go be one, so see, the prophecies are coming true. Can't beat that logic.

How do you be a transgressor, you ask? Have a sword, is how. Don't ask me, maybe they had strict sword control laws in town, too many Jews teabagging around with violent rhetoric and whatnot.
Yeah I got a sword, you got a problem with that?

Luke seems to put in a lot of details, to add color, like when Jesus is hanging on the cross one of the other crucifixees tells him
“ Hey fucker, ain't you the fucking Christ?” (he's a criminal, that's how they talk) “Fucking save your sorry ass, and us too while yer at it. Unless yer just a fucking poser. Shit.”

Then the other crucifixee goes all sanctimonious
“Now, now, don't be mean,” I'm spozed to believe he says, “We are getting what our deeds deserve, but this man has done nothing wrong (23:41)

ROFLMAO! That's wrong. What really happens is, you ask “What're ya in for?” and they say “I was framed.” Ask any prisoner. Then the guy from Public Relations writes down something else and uses it for a reason to invade some place. In this case he resurrects the old headline “Man Rises From Dead”, and gets most of the facts right, if we believe M&M and why should we. 

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