May 2, 2011

From Psalm 56

by James Harmon



To whom it may concern:

I don't want to talk about myself because I am appealing my case, and it seems like all people want to do is twist my words around.

From Psalm 56:
"All day they twist my words;
All their thoughts are against me
for evil
They gather together, they hide,
They mark my steps, when they
Lie in wait for my life."

"[W]e'll be laying in wait for [the suspect]".
—Alaska State Trooper
on Discovery Channel's
"Alaska State Troopers"

That's what the motto said, word for word. I suppose it's only significant it, I say I'm laying in wait for someone. But if a trooper says it, it's okay. Whatever.


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