Is this the 96th thesis?
That 96th one must've been added on a sticky note later on. Probably right after he axed the 2nd commandment.The *JR* is missing after King.
Since two of the three guys who visit this blog have responded - here's what I thought was wrong with it:It seems some city official did a Google search for Martin Luther King and proceeded to post a picture of Martin Luther!
Martin Luther wasn't nearly as handsome as his clip art would suggest.Good catch on the missing "jr", Chuck. Now that you mention it, I notice the "Dr." is also missing.
I finally understand your comment on the sticky tab, Chuck. No, Martin Luther posted 95 theses on the door of his church demanding a reformation of the Roman Catholic Church. I suggested that some government employee thought that closing shop for "Martin Luther King Day" was Martin Luther's 96th thesis posted on the door of the local city office.
If only three people visit this blog, then according to the counter at the bottom we've each visited it an average of 1349 times.Yikes!
Number 3 here...I see a white man on the poster promoting a hoiday of a black man. I guess Jeff is right, wrong Martin.
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