March 12, 2013

Reminiscent of a story I heard somewhere

Makes you wonder if the shoe is on another foot these days.

Additional bands of locusts entered Israel throughout the day on Tuesday, marking a week since the first wave of bugs flew across the Sinai border and landed here.

On the first day of Shevat a plague of locusts descended upon Pharaoh's land (Exodus 10:1–20), devouring everything that was left that the hail did not take. Too bad the Egyptians didn't have aerial spraying available in 1400 BCE. Seems science and modern technology might pull this one out for God's original bible pounders.