The Daily Messenger: Surveillance harassment drones all day...unripe avocados thrown at the house at night...so...: The Pontiff shall stumble, his works coming to naught.
Dude... sorry to hear. You boyz are always in my prayers here.
We hear choppers and planes overhead all the time here. There's nothing to see here really.
Didn't know what what the word pontiff meant, so had to look that one up. Hehe
Word Origin and History for pontiff Expand. n. c.1600, "high priest," from French pontif (early 16c.), from Latin pontifex, title of a Roman high priest (see pontifex). Used for "bishop" in Church Latin, but not recorded in that sense in English until 1670s, specifically "the bishop of Rome," the pope.