It Isn’t Carve in Stone. Oops.

November 17, 2012 By: Juanita Jean Category: Uncategorized

Okay, so when you carve something in stone, maybe it’s good to have a proofreader.

For some unknown reason, the Ten Commandments were installed on the grounds of the Oklahoma State Capitol.  Maybe they’ve been misbehaving again.  I dunno.

What I do know is that they still can’t spell.

Sabbeth?  Really?

Really, Oklahoma?

Thanks to MB for the heads up.

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18 Comments to “It Isn’t Carve in Stone. Oops.”


  1. Don’t forget “maidseruant”.

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  2. …and then the final neighbors that should be neighbor’s.

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  3. Gosh, that education stuff isn’t very effective, so we should probably defund it a little more.

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  4. I noticed they didn’t number the commandments. Considering their spelling, they probably didn’t want to take a chance on getting arithmetic involved in itemizing all of those many, that really long, list of commandments.

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  5. There’s a bunch of people with the last name Sabbeth; I’m jealous, they get their own holy day and it’s even written in stone.

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  6. I counted and it was correct – eleventy-seven.

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  7. THE FIFTEEN COMMANDMENTS. Mel Brooks as Moses:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TAtRCJIqnk

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  8. Rick in post#4 on the lack of numbers….
    “they probably didn’t want to take a chance on getting arithmetic involved in itemizing”

    Come on – arithmetic is SCIENCE! can’t be havin’ none of that!

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  9. Wyatt_Earl says:

    I continue to be awed by the ignorance of people who are making graven images of a moral code, a tenet of which is “Thy shall NOT make . . . graven images.” The depth of the ignorance is only matched by . . . Well, nothing.

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  10. Sam in Kyle says:

    The only reason people in Oklahoma learn how to read is so they’ll know where to sign on the lease for their trailer.

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  11. OK, OK, I looked in and immediately thought of Mel Brooks–but some other of Juanita’s acolytes (!) beat me to the punch!

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  12. At least they didn’t leave out some of the “nots.”

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  13. Ralph Wiggam says:

    Nope, no establishment of religion there, none at all. They established their idiocy, but they have to learn to spell if they want to establish religion.

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  14. maidseruant? in the last one.

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  15. “Maybe they’ve been misbehaving again.”

    I dunno – it is where Tom Coburn is from……
    http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/heather/rachel-maddow-show-tom-coburn-caught-lying

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  16. You know what’s scary. They did have a proofreader.

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  17. May as well point out, since some people think this belongs on state capitol grounds, that only three of those commandments are laws in this country: don’t kill, don’t steal, and don’t bear false witness against your neighbor (i.e. don’t lie to the judicial system). Find me a country or society that doesn’t have those laws. They are universal; nothing “Christian” or Judeo-Christian about them. The rest are not laws and our laws are not based on them.

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  18. Uncle Dave says:

    Moses came down the mountain with good news and bad news. “The good news is I talked Him down to just ten; the bad news is that one about adultery is still in there.”

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