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Monday, July 7, 2014

Criminal Sentence 665B: God vs Devil

This should technically be Criminal Sentence 666 but I know that this number bothers some people. So I'm making it 665B. Before I get to the exciting criminality of the sentence, this 666 business reminds me of an interesting moment in my video store cashier life in about 1989. The total came to $6.66 but the woman said, "I'm not paying that amount. I'll pay you $6.65 or $6.67." I suggested one cent over. 

Anyway, here is a sign I saw while at a red light earlier today (I didn't have time to snap a photo):

"God love's you."

The Devil's work or just carelessness?

1 comment:

Westley said...

Could we assume that it is not a possessive? Then it would be a contraction of "God love is you."

That also sounds a bit strange, unless you consider "God love" to be what type of love it is, so the love that is Godly is you.

Now, doesn't that feel better?