One day I came over to Ed Corbin’s and announced;
“We’re going in the shrunken penis of Bill Clinton business!”
I told Ed the Christian religion is DONE because Ken Starr was not going to offer the President of the United State any kind of forgiveness for his Monica Sex Sin, that was afforded Jimmy Swaggart after he admitted to preforming a Sex Sin. I tried to explain what A HERESY this was, and along with the Christian Campaign TO GET CLINTON, Christianity had morphed into a NEW RELIGION, where Monica’s semen-soaked dress is the New Shroud of Turin.
“What we need is a New Crucifix for this heretical religion. I think we should make The Shrunken Penis of Bill, and put it on a chain or leather string!”
“Great idea! Let’s do it!” Ed perhaps said. Either one of us could have drunk Kesey under the table. If the three of us went at it with alcohol, we would have died! We found a plastic distributor on Chambers, and rode there on Ed’s tricycle. Ed sat in the basket with four cold ones while I furiously peddled! We talked to the plastic’s guy about wanting to nuke plastic and shrivel it up. I now see we should have looked for pubic hair material as well For the first time I am seeing the portrait of Naughty Bill – and am blown away! Note the two fingers!
Whenever God takes a backseat in doctrine aimed at defeating His enemies, you are guilty of heresy. Keep this in mind in the coming posts. We talked about having a booth at Saturday Market. We would have sold out before high noon! The silver ones would be engraved;
“Shame on me!”
John ‘The Nazarite’
Ken Starr, the lawyer who hounded Bill Clinton over his affair with Monica Lewinsky, waged a “scorched-earth” legal campaign to persuade federal prosecutors to drop a sex-trafficking case against the billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein relating to the abuse of multiple underaged girls, according to a new book.
Is there a veiled allusion to Monica Lewinsky in the portrait of Bill Clinton on display in the National Portrait Gallery? It depends on what the definition of “is” is, Clinton might claim. But the artist, Nelson Shanks, is less equivocal: “I could never get this Monica thing completely out of my mind and it is subtly incorporated in the painting,” he told Mashable.