From: Stephen J. Krogh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 24 2003 - 16:35:07 EST
Stephen J. Krogh, P.G.
The PanTerra Group
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> Subject: Exegesis of a Stop Sign
> You are a Seminary student. Suppose you're travelling to work and
> you see a
> stop sign. What do you do? That depends on how you exegete the stop sign.
> 1. A postmodernist deconstructs the sign (knocks it over with his car),
> ending forever the tyranny of the north-south traffic over the east-west
> 2. Similarly, a Marxist sees a stop sign as an instrument of
> class conflict.
> He concludes that the bourgeoisie use the north-south road and
> obstruct the
> progress of the workers on the east-west road.
14. A "prophetic" preacher notices that the square root of the sum of
the numeric representations of the letters S-T-O-P (sigma-tau-omicron-pi in
Greek), multiplied by 40 (the number of testing), and divided by 4 (the four
corners) equals 666, the dreaded "mark of the beast." All STOPS are
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