Robert Norton Kennedy is a True Believer™ of the highest order. Sure, you may think you’re hot shit because you study your Bible on a daily basis, but how many of you have the dedication to your delusion to tattoo a verse from the Bible on your forehead?
With God, all stupid things are possible. Click to embiggen.
It’s just a shame that this impressive bit of dedication did nothing to help him be a good person:
The South Carolina man, 51, was arrested Saturday morning for assault and battery. He is being held in the Horry County jail on lieu of $5000 bail.
According to the suspect’s forehead, which quotes Matthew 19:26, “With God All Things Are Possible.” Noting that “God Loves You,” Kennedy’s melon also seeks forgiveness in the event he says or does anything stupid.
Atlanta police spokeswoman Officer Kim Jones told FOX 5 News on Saturday that they had arrested Bishop Alex Williams after allegedly firing a shot for a .38 revolver into the hip of a 13-year-old boy. Police said the unidentified boy threw a rock through the back windshield of William’s vehicle which was the alleged motivation for the shooting.
Accroding to members of the church, Williams is the head of the Mechanicsville Church of God in Christ located in the 700 block of McDaniel Street in southwest Atlanta. That’s where the shooting happened just after 7:15 p.m. Saturday. A woman at the scene who declined to appear on-camera told FOX 5 News that she was affiliated with the church and said Williams along with his church had been targets of directed attacks. She said they have been the victim of numerous incidents of vandalism and arson. Atlanta police could not confirm those incidents Saturday.
Now I suppose it’s possible the Bishop felt threatened given that the church has been having some trouble with people in the neighborhood, but then why stop and confront the kid at all? Call the police and let them shoot him in the hip sort it out.
But if you’re going to take it into your own hands then remember what Jesus said about turning the other cheek. Which, of course, means you should let the kid smash out your windshield to show him how wrong he is. Or something.
That whole turn-the-other-cheek thing always seemed kinda stupid to me.