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Dona Nobis Pacem - Blog Blast For Peace


Today is Blog Blast for Peace Day. Bloggers all over the world are addressing this issue in various ways. It's a serious subject. The lack of peace in various parts of the world has led to strife, hunger,  suppression, persecution and even death. 

As we think about this today, I hope you won't mind if I inject a little humour into the proceedings. After all, this is a humour blog for the most part. Nevertheless the observance of today and it's key issue is very, very important. For now, though, I hope I at least make you smile...










To find out more about blogging for peace take a look here. Who knows, maybe you'll want to join in.

Comments

ReformingGeek said…
Oh my. Now I want some split pea soup.



Peace to you my friend!
nonamedufus said…
Thanks, Reffie. Today's the big day. Peace my friend.
madmadmargo said…
Peace, John!
Indigo Roth said…
You are a bad man. But I salute your Peaceful efforts.
nonamedufus said…
I suspect we're like two peas in a pod, Indigo. Peace, my friend.
Nicky said…
You know, some might feel you treated the topic a little lightly however they would be among those who have no idea how hard it is for you to have peas plastered all over your blog. I wish you peace with no peas, mon ami. :-)
nonamedufus said…
It was a real challenge Nicky but I decided to give peas a chance.
Travis said…
There's always room for peas humor, although in general I say peas are GACK. But I make allowance on Blog Blast Day because somehow, somewhere, someone actually likes peas.

Peace to you and yours on this and every day.
nonamedufus said…
You and me both, Travis. Any other day I'd hate peas. But I decided to make an exception.
meleahrebeccah said…
These are FANTASTIC, John!!

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