Looks like we all agree on the subject of God:
(via Bigot Blog)
Hmm, I usually use that word sarcastically.
Heh, the only character not speaking in that cartoon is the Muslim woman. Wonder what that means?
I always use that word (and fantastic) knowing that most people will not use it the way I do.
Tyler – The muslim woman apparently has no mouth.
Wait – how do we know that the speechless one isn’t a cross-dressing muslim man?
I initially saw the woman with the “A” on her shirt as having a starfleet insignia. Which would kind of make sense, but really is more indicative that I need to get out from behind the computer screen.
The Muslim woman isn’t talking because she’s from a country where the Pauline ideal of women shutting the fuck up and getting back in the kitchen is played to the hilt.
I’m more curious about the woman on the far left who appears to be wearing a toga over a t-shirt. Th’ hell?
@ Vladyr – toga girl is probably Hindu which would make that a sari and not a toga 😉
More likely Buddhist, since many strains Hinduism believe in god(s).
I thought it was a stealthy ninja…
I prefer “fantastic” but the point is well made.
Thanks for posting this, Hemant.
Also, there is now a sequel to the comic above. It’s here:
@Lagunatic and @Vladyr
Not a “Hindu” girl, an “Indian” one! She is an atheist, and hence cannot possibly be a Hindu! She’s wearing a sari.
Another word in the same vein is “Unbelievable”.
HA HA! That’s good!!