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Quandary Resolution 3405
schlockmeister, manger, raillery, procellous

In The Gospel According to Cheech, we read that it was a Jewish schlockmeister named Simeon the Doubter who sold the Three Wise Men their frankincense, as the trio journeyed by the light of the Eastern star to that hallowed manger where the Lord and Savior of all Creation had lately been incarnated into mortal flesh; and this same Simeon (Cheech tells us) was later among the unfortunate passengers of that ship which, by St. Paul's account, fell into a procellous tempest and foundered, casting the Apostle adrift: "...and Simeon did float up alongside Paul on a piece of driftwood, and proceed to bombard him with ceaseless raillery, mostly about how this shipwreck proved there was no God; and the Apostle was sorely vexed..."1

1Cheech 4:6-9; 27:13-14

 

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