March 02, 2006

Force Skeptics - 'Ladies and Gentlemen, you have been bamboozled. The Force is a fiction that exists only in the minds of deluded Jedi practitioners. The so-called "Jedi Powers" are nothing more than cheap stage-magic tricks that anyone can learn and which violate no known laws of physics. The Masters of the Jedi Order are charlatans, preying upon your gullibility and demanding your blind respect in return.' Seen @ Spiflicated Bivalves
  • I find your lack of faith etc etc...
  • Personally, in times of adversity, I remember my mentor's admonition to "Use the Farce, Kamus. Use the Farce". I'd like to think that my life reflects the results of that sage advice.
  • Why is duct tape like The Force? Eh? Eh? Nudge nudge, wink wink, say no more?
  • DIE
  • But with the blash sheild down, I can't even see! How am I supposed to fuck?
  • Let alone spell?
  • Spectacular!
  • May the schwartz be with you.
  • I can't believe the thread has been up this long, and no-one's said: NOOOOOOoooooOOOOOOooOOOOOooOOOOOOO!!!
  • Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.
  • I am your father, Chyren.
  • Have all the cliches been uttered yet? I sense a grave disturbance in the force yadda yadda thousand voices blah blah silenced etc.
  • And the moisture vaporaters for Chy. Thanks.
  • But I wanted to go down to Tosche station to get some power converters!
  • If there is no such thing as the Force, then I guess that I should stop collecting ysalamiri.
  • In general, it seems as though the line between atheism and theism in Hindu thought is blurred. Brahman, often described as the supreme God of Hinduism, is described as very different from the Judeo-Christian or Islamic representation of God in that it is unconscious, more an inanimate force than a powerful being, very similar to “The Force” of Star Wars fame.