HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY

July 2, 2007
Chuckle of the Week


A lost fragment from the Nag Hammadi scrolls, originally discovered in 1945 in upper Egypt, has been turned up and deciphered. It turns out to be the missing first page of the Old Testament...

"Copyright (c) 300 B.C. God. All Rights Reserved

First scrawling First-Sunrise-After-Stonehenge-Keystone-Is-Shadowed, 300 B.C.

All beings, places and events depicted in this work are fictional, and any resemblance to actual beings, places and events past, present or future is purely coincidental."


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