Forget The Baby Who Could Not Be Named ‘Messiah’; The Judge Who Resurrected It Has The Best Name Of All
Do you remember the Dr. Seuss story “Too Many Daves”? It was in The Sneetches, and it was about a lady who had 23 children, and she named them all Dave, and the story went through all the names she could have given them, including the greatest of all, “Soggy Muff.”
Why do we bring that up? Why do we bring up anything really?
Recently, we told you at our sister site about some dumb fucking cracker in Tennessee who, in hearing a dispute involving a baby’s surname, got all high and mighty and unilaterally changed the baby’s first name. “Messiah” was a name to be given only to our risen lord, said the dumb cracker, and changed the baby’s name to freakin’ Martin.
Well some other judge has seen fit to overrule the first judge, because of little old things like freedom of speech and of religion and also other things probably. Which is great! Justice and cetera! But we think the judge’s name should be the one reserved only for Christ who is risen and shall come again, because according to this here blog over here, that judge’s name is Chancellor Telford E. Forgety Jr., and we are desperately hoping “Forgety” is not a typo for “Fogerty,” and also we are not going to look it up, because we refuse to be disappointed, the end.