Random Peacock Quote

“Madame, you are doing something WRONG. Therefore, WAKE YOURSELF UP, and pay Strict Attention to your own Body, lest you end up in the Sanitized Slaughterhouse, getting your Precious Million-dollar Organs Removed by Means of 10 cent Razor Blades, so to speak. Yes, WAKE YOURSELF UP, and come to your Right Senses: because you are in PAIN for a GOOD REASON, which is NOT the Lack of some Poisonous Pill, Shot of Puss, nor Operation by the Doctor Knife; but, it is the LACK of Obedience to Certain Divine and Natural Dietary LAWS.” source

DAVID VS GOLIATH!

Alternate Titles: 
"Who can Fight Against the Beast, and Win?" -- Revelation
Judgment on the Old Whore!

David and Goliath were 2 very Symbolical Characters in Ancient Hebrew History, who came Face to Face with Mutual Hatred for one another; and Humble David put Out the Lights of Proud Goliath, who Boasted in his Size and Strength, who Trusted in his Weapons of War; but, David put his Trust in the God of Israel, even as I put my Trust in him, and Wrote this Inspired Book, which Magnifies the Words of the Bible in Plain English, in Order that everyone might Understand WHO is Symbolical of Goliath, and HOW he will come to an End!

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How is Vern with his Roto Tiller Supposed to Compete with Huge Tractors??

How is Vern with his Roto Tiller Supposed to Compete with Huge Tractors??

The Huge Tractor also only Requires ONE Operator, who can Plow up a thousand Times more Land within the same Time, with much less Effort than Vern must use for Tilling up this small Patch of Ground. 

See Also:

“O my Son, David was just a Teenage Boy when he Killed the Giant Goliath, who was also Prepared to Kill his 4 Brothers, all of whom Symbolized the Giants of Today, whom I will Slay with the Swangkee Sword of Divine Truth!” — A Proverb of the Peacock 

“O my Spiritual Daughter, just when you Think that you have Heard the Best Literature of the Peacock, you are taken by Surprise by even Better Literature!” — Another Proverb of the Peacock