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Weird-O-Cron™: BlogThings and Star Wars

Welcome to the newest Weird-O-Cron™! I only have a couple of things today, one of which isn’t really that weird. First, my Anglican colleague, The Archer of the Forest (a.k.a. Ryan Hall), found an interesting blogthing quiz. It’s your very own personal DNA test. Here’s mine: My Personal Dna Report

To take the test yourself: Personal DNA

I’m so addicted to blogthings. It’s a good thing I rarely post them.

Second, Team Pyromaniacs has made a triumphant return to the blogosphere after a mandatory 2-week vacation. You should read today’s post by Phil Johnson, it is a masterful work opening what will probably be another fantastic series of posts by him. But that’s not why I wanted you to see the blog. Phil found something absolutely, spectacularly funny in this post. It’s about a Star Wars movie that was translated from a foreign language. I am still laughing. For a preview, check out what the translated movie calls the Jedi Council:

The Jedi Council is made up of Presbyterians?!?!?

I honestly don’t know what to say after laughing like a maniac. What does this mean for us good Baptists out there? Go read the whole thing and then see the site Phil gives for it.

And that concludes our Weird-O-Cron™ of the moment.

Categories: Weird-O-Cron
  1. Tee
    February 13, 2007 at 4:38 pm

    It is the most hilarious thing I’ve seen posted anywhere on the internet!!! I laughed so hard I started to cry. Thanks for the post. Ahh, it was exactly what I needed after running errands all day. 🙂

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