Sunday, June 25, 2023

It's Fate, and It's ̶G̶r̶e̶a̶t̶ Meh

November 10, 1985
No Deuteronomy 35? At the end of Deuteronomy, it details the final blessing and death of Moses. Everybody knows that Deuteronomy 35 through 50 is where four Moseses suddenly appear--a teenager, a man in armor, a half-man/half-robot, and a more vengeful Moses--and each try to prove that they are the real Moses until, finally, the real Moses officially returns in Chapter 50.

Now let's quit talking about The Bible and focus on reverends should leave children alone. This is why people don't go to church anymore.

I'm not a big believer of fate. I believe in circumstances and coincidence, but not fate. As for Gladys controlling what Brutus does, I do believe that. I mean, she cut out all his favorite things from their grocery list. She also allows her mother to terrorize him when it really hurts him.

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