Tonight is the first night of yet another They-Tried-to-Kill-Us-But-We-Survived-So-Let's-Eat Jewish holidays. Hope everyone enjoyed watching The Ten Commandments and eating the matzo ball soup and gefilte fish.
I'm feeling better. I went back to the doctor's on Monday and we found out that I had a viral infection somewhat akin to bronchitis. I got me some shiny new meds and I appear to be on the mend. Still not 100%, though, but I'm getting there.
My final speech, which is next week, will be about Intelligent Design and how if certain people want the creation story taught in science classes, that's fine with me as long as they insist on teaching every faith's creation myths as well.
You want your Bible to sit at the big boy's table with the Big Bang and evolution, fine, but make room for everyone else. I'm going to talk about Hinduism, Scientology, Zoroastrianism and, of course, Flying Spaghetti Monsterism. After all, it's not fair to teach only one group's faerie tale as science.
Should be fun.