In yesterday’s purge, The Purging Lutheran noted that two television dinners were placed in a freezer ‘phantom zone’ where, despite ice being only inches away, a warm spot existed thus ruining the two meals. Yesterday it was a chicken frozeable. Today we go overseas to the land of Louis XIX who ruled for all of XX minutes before abdicating in favor of his nephew, Duke of Bordeaux. What are the French known for? Well, they are 2-0 against Germany in world wars. They were such admirers of the American Revolution they followed suit and had their own revolution, from 1789-1799. To save time and money, rather than fight the British or the Prussians, they fought themselves. One side was called Us, the other side Them. The French invented the dance, can-can, a physically demanding dance requiring women to perform high kicks, splits and cartwheels (ooh-la-la!). France is also known for bread. A lot of bread. Good and tasty bread. But did they the build the French bread used to make Stouffer’s French Bread Pizza?
What would a Frenchman in good standing answer? This —> Non!
What would an employee at Stouffers Industries answer? This —> I demand a raise!
Without a clear, definitive answer this will have to remain one of life’s greater mysteries.
At mealtime Boaz said to her, “Come here, that you may eat of the bread and dip your piece of bread in the vinegar.” So she sat beside the reapers; and he served her roasted grain, and she ate and was satisfied and had some left.