Having frequently commented on this in sermons, I felt obliged to point out that the wood god wasn't going to help either them or me, but that I'd every confidence in the procedure.
As far as I'm concerned, that's an end to the matter. But in these days of the litigious mentality which sees the need for recourse everywhere to rules and regulations to uphold 'my right' not to be offended (or is it just 'my right' to take offence?), I couldn't help wryly asking what might have happened had - perish the thought - the same person appealed for help at that moment to the God of Israel rather than the demiurge of the nearby bookcase.
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