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"There But For the Grace of God Go I" is a sentiment often expressed by those who choose to help the unfortunate - in other words, people who claim to recognize that only good fortune has caused their lives to work out differently to the lives of those in need. Given the mocking tone that Josh is using, he is probably referring to members of minor social ...


Josh is referring to himself when he says "there but for the grace of God go I". He is joking that he might have been the sort of person to end up on a Citizen's Stamp Advisory Committee if his life had taken a different path. By extension he is also mocking the people on the committee, because he clearly prefers the life he actually has. He sees their work ...

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