In the Garden of Eden

When a python bit Israeli model Orit Fox on one of her breasts–reportedly the largest in Israel, if not the entire Middle East–during a photo shoot for a Tel Aviv radio station, I immediately thought of the following passage from the Book of Revelation:

When the dragon saw that it had been thrown down to earth, it pursued the woman who had given birth to the male child.

The serpent, however, spewed a torrent of water out of his mouth and went after the woman to sweep her away with the current. But the earth helped the woman and opened its mouth and swallowed the flood that the dragon spewed out of its mouth. Then the dragon became angry with the woman and went off to wage war against the rest of her offspring.
(Rev 12:13, 15-17)

Apparently, silicone is thicker than water, because the snake reportedly died of silicone poisoning.

God wasn’t kidding when he warned the serpent in the Garden of Eden, “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; He will strike at your head, while you will strike at his heel.” (Gn 3: 15).

Or, in this case, the serpent will strike at her boob.

In recognition of this biblical event, Orit Fox has been nominated for a Sisyphus Award.

Now, let us sing a hymn of victory and praise to God!

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