Having been breast fed WT doctrine from birth,
Shack! That was no tittie, my friend.
Fellas, I'm supposed to be sanding some drywall but I heard the cry of a distressed baby trilobite and had to check it out. And what do I find but a buncha questionable independent thinkin?! Where are you guys getting your so-called "facts" about other cultures and languages existing prior to the Tower of Babble? That sounds like sum that "archaeology" mumbo jumbo. The Holy Bible not good enough fo ya? Well it was good nuf fa King James and it's good nuf fa me!
Now I know el Bibel is more or less a hodge-podge of archaeology itself but, hey, who do you trust - archaeologists and historians or... archaeologists and historians? Okay, sure, but what about archaeologists whose research is properly extruded through the puckering cornhole of the Governing Body?
Now I'm just talkin sh [dolphin squeak] . (for the kids)
I rather enjoyed The God Delusion... what I read of it. I can't say I ever finished it but I do remember the fascinating discussion of the cargo cults. And then I think I started Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (very interesting philosophical novel) about 3/4 of the way through TGD and quit reading it. Gotta go back and do that. It's on my list to complete along with, well, ZAMM and also a lengthy business-suspense novel entitled Who Moved My Cheeze?
Anyways, I want a full set of Cliffs Notes, MFer, you literate sonofa [old car horn]. Same goes for you, Shack, on whatever Nietzsche work you set out to read next. I love his aphorisms since, like we talked about last week, they don't require a long attention span.
Thus spake Cheezits.