Offered My Soul To Satan- He Didn’t Want It

The Mississippi delta: home of the delta blues. Famous blues man Robert Johnson was reputed to have gained his great guitar skills overnight. His method? A little help from his new friend, the Devil.

Of course, I don't believe in the devil, but hey- we were in the neighborhood, and I've always wanted to be able to play the guitar without actually having to put the practice in. If I could convince the Devil to show up, I could A) prove, once and for all, that the Devil is real and actually has magic powers, and B) gain mad skillz.

WHERE THE HELL IS THE DOWN-SIDE HERE???

Unfortunately, Satan never showed up. *Frowny-face*  I guess you have to have something worth selling to bring out the big guy. Oh well… I suppose I'll leave the guitar playing to those who actually are willing to put in the work.

One thought on “Offered My Soul To Satan- He Didn’t Want It

  1. Regarding the “Atheism Monument”, I’d say look beyond the monument itself as a thing. The point was to get the Ten Commandments removed. Since that wasn’t possible, this was their Plan B – but I think the point of how they’re handling the Plan B is to get *both* structures removed.

    I don’t think the goal is to create something that will remain and endure, but something that will result in its removal. I think they’re still trying to get the Ten Commandments monument removed by creating something that nobody will like. I think this is why they chose something that was inexpensive to create, relatively speaking – because the ultimate goal is to get people to demand its removal, and if it gets removed, the Ten Commandments monument has to go as well.

    I don’t agree with this, if this is what they’re doing, but I think that’s the goal.

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