How Many Agnostics It Takes to Screw in a Lightbulb Is Unknowable

“The guy on the bar stool next to me asked if I ever question my religion.  ‘Well,’ I said, “I put my faith in skepticism.’  He asked, ‘Isn’t that an oxymoron?’  ‘Well,’ I replied, ‘yes and no.’  He then moved a couple of stools away.” — Finbar Kelly

Celtic Knot 5

About Tim Prasil

A writer who specializes in speculative fiction, audio and stage drama, and a bit of humor. My current project is Help for the Haunted: 13 Vera Van Slyke Ghostly Mysteries. Vera is a ghost hunter who lives in the early 1900s. To read about one of her investigations, visit the Snazzy Downloads page of my Tim Prasil: Inventor of Persons blog at timprasil.wordpress.com. While you're there, enjoy my Finbar Every Friday series of quips.
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