Sunday, October 07, 2007

so many things


I don't know, man, that "Any other film or book" was a real page-turner. I also like that Revelation is both more alarming and reassuring. I mean, thinking of the book itself, I guess so, but those things are usually mutually exclusive.
I am so glad Emily sent me this. I mean, seriously.

14 comments:

jeff biebighauser said...

This is the best post ever - both with respect to the photo and to the comment thereon.

bethany said...

I agree. Instant classic.

Jeff said...

Wow! Quotes, commas, and even stars! Love it.

Anonymous said...

I bet there's an English teacher turning over in his/her grave somewhere.

A note on content: maybe Star Wars was written by God through George Lucas. Who is to say??

Anonymous said...

I am also really intrigued by the use of the equal signs. It's like they wanted to use quotes for emphasis, but knew that they shouldn't. Oooh - maybe someone thought the equal sign looked like sideways quotes. LOL

Matt said...

Didn't God also win a Pulitzer through the Apostle John for that book?

jimmy said...

matt:

Yeah, but he got robbed on Oscar night when Best Adapted Screenplay went to Philo of Alexandria instead.

Jeff said...

And to top it all off:

*Port Fairy*

!! I want to live in Port Fairy! In a little cottage with a pet unicorn.

Andy said...

I just found this site today through Friendly Atheist, and this is easily the funniest one I found. Excellent work!

"Star Wars" doesn't have nearly enough inaccuracies and internal contradictions to be divinely-written.

Emily said...

Revelations = more alarming (than Star Wars or "Any other book...")

Star Wars = more exciting (than Revelations)

"Any other book..." = more reassuring (than Revelations; even The Quiet Earth, which totally freaked me out, was more reassuring!)

They asked, and I have decided.

dmontag said...

Is it too pedantic to point out that the poster says "The Book Of Revelation", NOT "The Book Of Revelations"?

Chell Specker said...
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Casey said...

I agree this is an epic classic. not much to add except the irony of proclaiming star wars the product of imagination vs the bible written by god.

Thank you for this blog, btw. very nicely done.

Shadow Asp said...

dmontag- The book is actually called "Revelation" not "Revelations"