God N’ Guns – April 28, 2019 – By Julian

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By Julian (The Texas Giant, 10 ft 5 in)

We woke up early in the morning (sometime during 6 in the morning), took an Uber ride, and made our way to the 2019 NRA National Prayer Breakfast.

At this prayer breakfast, we ate a toothsome breakfast which was dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+ (this mouth-watering breakfast included scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes, tomato, yogurt, blueberries, and strawberries), heard great speeches that mentioned the necessity of God with the 2nd amendment, and heard about the importance of praying for America because America will not be put first if God isn’t put first. This prayer breakfast was dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+!

After the prayer breakfast, we headed to catholic mass at Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The mass didn’t follow the traditionalist Latin mass way we would would really want it to go by, but at least it didn’t go completely by the Novus Ordo way. The architecture was beautiful, the sermon was pretty decent (I’m glad that the priest spoke at his podium instead of walking around while speaking for the sermon, it is the respectful thing to do for God), I was dissatisfied with the Novus Ordo practice of the priests letting people optionally be served the host on the hand instead of the tongue, I was irritated that there were no communion rails (the priests served communion in the form of standing), and the church should return to the traditionalist Catholic Latin mass were there is complete law & order (if you don’t go to a traditionalist catholic latin mass, I highly advise you to go).  If Vatican II didn’t happen, Catholicism would have dominated America and many other nations as the highest religious majority because all the Novus Ordo distractions would be cleared away which would lead to a higher number in converts (the traditional way is superior). Regardless of the criticisms, it was still a holy and great moment to worship God.


A  magnificently built church (it was built in the days before Vatican II + it is the oldest catholic church in Indianapolis). God is the GREATEST, He is whom mankind needs for the right direction.

After attending Catholic mass (which is a Sunday necessity), we checked out more of the NRA convention, checked out more cool guns, checked out more great gun gear, and had a really dunking cold dead time at the NRA which goes really deenking awesome with gun powder!!!

For lunch (Dad didn’t eat lunch), I ate a delicious hot dog at the NRA convention. This hot dog was so dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+ to the point where I could eat 20 of these hot dogs!


Meaty, saucy, bready, and delicious!

After lunch, we checked out more gun stuff which would creep out SleepCreepy Joe so much to the point where he is creeped out of taking away American guns!

After all that dunking NRA greatness, we took a Uber to our Motel 6 room, watched Weather Channel, ate dinner, and relaxed!!

For dinner, we ate sandwiches and salad from McAlister’s Deli on Uber Eats (what’s next? Uber Flights?) while watching Weather Channel. The sandwiches were really dunking delicious (King Club Sandwich for me and The New Yorker Sandwich for Dad) with the taste of salami slashed with cheesy lettuce! The minor complaint (for me) is that the jalapeño potato chips were not spicy enough, but Dad thinks they were too spicy (I can handle spicy heat because my taste towards spicy food is about the size of Texas which lets me know what is not spicy and is spicy)! The salad was also really deenking good with the taste of nutritiously delicious exuberance inflamed with ranch!!! Besides my minor complaint about the side chips which aren’t really a main part of the food business, I’ll say McAlister’s Deli is dunking dangslanging good with a Texan A+!

After eating dinner, we watched more Weather Channel, and slept!!! 😴😴

Now that is what I gotta dunking say about April 28, 2019! God Bless Texas & God Bless America! 🇨🇱🤠✝️🦅🇺🇸

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