What should my reply be?
"Absurd that you have strong religious beliefs? No, that's not absurd at all. That you would take this seriously, well, yes, that would be absurd."
That would be my response.
She was "supposed to work" with him? I want to know more about that. Maybe she could guest blog.
I know. The detail I MOST wanted to know.
Or you could send her the link about how Brett Favre is the Anti-Christ and tell her you've moved on from Channing Tatum.
I'd begin with a grammatical assessment of her message. That will help ascertain what is "absurd."
Also, then begin to explain how because she thinks it's absurd, it just adds to your body of evidence that he is. Because people will not know he's the anti-christ.
Or you could give her the dictionary definition of "jokes" and "sarcasm."
"Yes. All my assertions of who the antichrist is are absurd. That's kinda the point."
Also, it's important to note that she has "no clue who you are." Um- has she been under a rock?!?!
This might be a little off-topic, but she said that she was "supposed to work with Channing Tatum". Is that a humble brag?
Ha. I think you need to go easy on her. I think she genuinely thinks you believe Channing Tatum is the antichrist and adding sarcasm into the mix would probably not end well. Clearly she doesn't understand it. If she did, she would know your all-caps "AM I RIGHT"s were not assertions that you are, indeed, right.
Also I agree with Amy–I want to know about the working with Channing Tatum.
BUT LAURA I DO.
Well, d'oh! Everyone knows it's Nic Cage: http://randomlychad.com/2012/10/proof-that-nicola…
Her post leads me to question who told her you were "on" Channing Tatum about being the anti-christ? My assumption is that Channing Tatum himself told her your theory as one of the reasons that he couldn't work with her…given her strong religious beliefs. She may not know who you are, but Tatum does. Tatum…does.
Haha, like they were hanging out together in front of the craft services table and he was like, "Yo, this Knox guy is ON me about being the antichrist."
That's how I'm hoping it happened.
AMAZINGNESS. That is all. Just – AMAZINGNESS. Well done, good sir.
The "I was supposed to work with Channing Tatum" is the real clue here. Her work with Channing Tatum (samba lessons, Acting 101 (201 taught by Billy Ray Cyrus), an interview for Strong Religious Beliefs magazine) was somehow thrown off track..
Could you assertion of Channing's anti-Christdom have given her pause to the possibility of working with someone who has "two horns like a lamb and speaks like a dragon and dances like a wicked angel*"?
We might do well to consider the impact of your theory, both in the strongly religious and male stripper-loving communities.
*I added this last part, so don't look for it in Revelation.
I think two things:
1. When she says she was "supposed to work with him" she is referring to when she was a stripper…
2. Since she clearly has no since of humor you should go above and beyond to make sure she knows you are for real. I would ask her for biblical evidence that he is NOT the anti-christ.
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