God loses court case

Funny story written by SPECTRUM

Wednesday, 15 July 2009

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Michael Roberts of Glasgow raised a Legal Action in the Scottish Courts against GOD for financial compensation for giving him such a shit life.

Michael explained that as a young boy he was taken to church every Sunday and for years he was told stories of how great God was. But as he got older and saw what a mess the world was with wars,murders,crazed religious nutters, starving people in a World of plenty he had to ask where the hell is god.

Then his own life did not turn out to well either firstly he lost his job for complaining about his immediate superior who was a known drunk and used to take lunch breaks of 4 hours. He started a business which went well for a number of years until it was destroyed by a fraudster who went on to become a millionaire. He put on a six horse accumulator five of the horses won and the other was second beaten only a short head after it was jammed in on the rails. He helped an old lady across the road one day and broke his ankle in a fall in the way back. When Michaels claim against God for financial compensation was called in the court God failed to turn up and therefore God lost the case.

For a supreme being gods record is not that great he also failed to turn up to save the victims of the holocaust the innocent victims of serial killers and he even failed to turn up to save his son Jesus Christ who was crucified.

Although Michael has won his case against God it looks like he will never get his compensation because various investigators and tracers have failed to find god to enforce the Decree.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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