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Friday, 25 May 2012

An Act of God humbles Guardian journalists



God (if He exists) may not look kindly upon Guardian journalists who deny His existence and scorn His Word



An insurance broker says:

"Unless Will Self had a bespoke warranty free high net worth contract for his buildings it’s unlikely this will be an Insured event. Most household policies are written on a “perils” basis whereby there is a specified list of perils that are Insured against – fire, lightening, explosion, impact, malicious damage etc. The damage at Mr Self’s home has been caused more due to “sudden and unforeseen” circumstances which, even if his Insurance does extend to cover, will most likely have an exclusion for extreme temperature or climatic causes. 

DO ALL THE HOUSES WITH COLLAPSED PARAPETS HAVE GUARDIAN-WRITING AND GUARDIAN READING OWNER-OCCUPIERS?  I think we should be told.

The roof did not fall IN, as was claimed by careless journalists with apparently no eyes to see.  However, the parapet did indeed fall OFF.   Perhaps imbecilic leftist journalists these days mix up "roof" with "parapet", carelessly thinking they are indistinguishable anyway, in the same idiotic way they think the meaning of marriage can be extended to pander to gay people who have no need for that sort of thing anyway.  It is not surprising then that parapets fall off the homes of morally confused leftist journalists, for apparently no reason at all.  Such an event could be likened to God tapping you on your shoulder and waiting for you to give an explanation of yourself, after you have gotten over the shock and surprise.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parapet
One thing I did consider however is the fact that his seems to be the only house in a very large residential area filled with very similar houses that has been affected. It does beg the question as to whether the roof was correctly maintained or indeed if in the past he had had a chimney breast or a supporting wall removed???

I hope for his sake his Insurers will be footing the bill as it looks like it’s going to cost a lot to repair."

Will Self, humbled by an uninsured peril that was an Act of God




1 comment:

Eric said...

It appears that God has spoken. I'm sure Mr Self's insurers will abide by His decision.