Presented With Comment

SRUs201604300523ZThe link in the Cabin Boy’s™ tweet takes you to a post at his site which does include a comment asking the visitor to meet Dave and David.

BTW, the image that Schmalfeldt has defaced is Rembrandt’s painting Balaam’s Ass, so the critter in the picture isn’t even a horse.

The story of how Balak, the king of Moab, tried to hire the prophet Balaam to curse the Israelites and how Balaam wound up blessing them is found in Numbers 22 and 23.

He answered and said, “Must I not take heed to speak that which the LORD puts in my mouth?”

—Numbers 23:12

You know, a story about how a bad guy’s plans backfire seems fitting in this context.

UPDATE—Those Gentle Readers who have not yet met Dave and David should check out their work over at the Artisan Craft Blog.

16 thoughts on “Presented With Comment


  1. How did the great Levitical scholar Bill Schmalfeldt miss such Old Testament symbolism? I think I remember him talking about levitical laws and wives of brothers once. I could be mistaken.


  2. [image deleted—wjjhoge]
    Necrophiliac, Racist Stalker Bill Schmalfeldt Finds Himself Amusing
    FIFY, neckless slug.


    • It’s a good thing slugs are really slow. Otherwise you might soon find yourself under attack by an army of slugs angered by your horrible insult of them.


  3. While the beast being ridden isn’t a horse, Bill Schmalfeldt is an ass. Close enough, right?

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