I Used to do That for a Living; Landing and Leaving 108 Jobs Introduction, Chapter 1, Chapter 2 - Page 30

Roger Scott Jackson welfare, and devoted himself full-time to tormenting my mother and being mad because nobody ever asked him to preach. No matter how deep and broad the gap in his knowledge, Jack could shovel uninformed certainty into it until only a small mound of horseshit marked where the gap had been. He read some, mostly the Bible and works pertaining thereto. His command of Scripture was impressive, however skewed by his peculiar perspective. He would argue the Bible anytime with anybody. And, as far as he was concerned, he and his debate partner, God, couldn’t be bested. He was equally adamant about politics. While in Berlin, with the Army of Occupation, for more than a year after the war, Jack became convinced that the Soviets and Americans were destined to tangle. “All