From the Blog of Revelations (Armadillon)

The Six Seals of the Blog Hypothesis:

The first three seals are the three sea lions of the Apostrophe:

First Seal – a white sea lion

As the first seal was opened, Nikola Tesla, wrote: “And I looked, and behold, a white sea lion did not ‘read‘ his post and he went out conjuring and to be conjured!”

Second Seal – a yellow sea lion

When the second seal opened, Nikola noted: “While this sea lion did read his post it was not granted to the one who posted the post that it should be ‘liked‘ and that other bloggers should run from his post; and there was given to him a great sword to slay these cowardly bloggers!”

Third Seal – a pink sea lion

As for the pink sea lion, Nikola said, “So the one did read and like the post, but it was granted unworthy of a ‘comment‘ of any kind. I looked, and behold, a pinkish sea lion and he who sat on it had a pair of scissors in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of his six following bloggers saying, “A bottle of Coke for a denarius, and three slices of pizza for a denarius; and ‘first do not harm’ is the motto of the American Medical Association! So just be merry and get oiled with wine!

All’s well and good, but what then is the meaning of the last three seals?

Only The Shadow Knows for Sure!

16 Replies to “World War of the Blogs III”

      1. Yea, you gave me a bit much on this one, was seeing into a future that does not exist in any timeline. It’s too bad, there were zombies made out of cotton candy and flying snakes as airplanes, it was DDDOOOOOOPPPPEEEE
        -Public service of information

        lol

        Liked by 1 person

  1. Very good like?
    All of the above?
    None of the above?
    Or just ……
    “Pure, unadulterated, unfunny, 100% unforgiving CRAP!!!

    Now you have issued one hell of a reply!

    And I surely deserve to “Go to Hell?

    “YES!!’ My Post is Pure Dope!!’”

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I dunno why This makes me think thing along the lines of authors Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett who wrote “Good Omens.”

    I am laughing…and laughing and laughing!

    Such an awesome and great post!

    Liked by 1 person

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