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Joel Watts’ Day

July 28, 2011

There are lots of articles and posts at Scotteriology. Most of these are ‘highfalutin’ and use ‘book-lernin’: this is very tough for Joel. He’s from West Virginia.

Even worse for Joel: many of the posts use polysyllabic words that form coherent sentences leading to rational arguments. Simply put: this is just too much for his monosyllabic, grunting, ‘mind’-set.

So I thought that just for one day, we would make things easy on Joel and post some stories that would communicate to him in his own ‘special’ language, and remind him of West Virginia (which of course he can’t spell, so he just puts “WV”)

All of the articles will begin “JWD” and be tagged “Joel Watts’ Day”. Feel free to join in, and try to challenge yourself in communicating to a ‘challenged’ person today!

YeeeeHaaaawwww!!!

Here’s a picture of Joel trying to make sense of the difference between the ‘New’ Testament and the ‘Old’ Testament. If you really want to see his brain explode: tell him that Jesus and Joshua’s names are spelled the same in the Greek, but just like Joshua took over leadership for Moses, so Jesus has supplanted Moses:  but in different testaments (This is the part where Joel’s head ‘splodes!).

3 Comments leave one →
  1. July 28, 2011 11:48 am

    oh this is so wrong…… (but so fun!)

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