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You KNOW it’s a Myth: Special Edition

Posted by gregchiaramonti on December 14, 2010

You KNOW it's a Myth: Special Edition

Just riffing on that Atheist billboard that went up near the Lincoln Tunnel recently. Now, I’m mostly Agnostic myself, probably still a bit Catholic by default (raised that way, had to suffer through CCD classes and all dat), and sort of Buddhist-lite (hey, I read all of the Dalai Lama’s books and REALLY like the movie Seven Years in Tibet). However, even a relatively non-religious person such as myself doesn’t think it’s a particularly wise idea to start questioning matters of faith in the moments before entering an aging Tunnel infrastructure under the Hudson River…

Also, I don’t mean to offend any believers in Jediism with this comic. I mean, I guess theoretically, God or “The Force” could be literally speaking through the creative vision of George Lucas and relaying a true story about events from a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away – right? (Ha… that’s sure to cause a stir amongst the anti-prequel crowd). And, well, an official Jedi Religion does sound pretty cool, actually. Really. Is there a New Jersey chapter? Hmm…

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One Response to “You KNOW it’s a Myth: Special Edition”

  1. Great point about faith vs. tunnel infrastructure. Whew, I’m glad Chris Christie cancelled that new ARC tunnel! It might have been modern, or something. Mostly, I just have visions of that movie “Daylight” with Sylvester Stallone…that should have been banned in the NY/NJ area due to the amount of psychological damage it caused….

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