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  1. shaihan says:

    haha, that is a beautifully succinct summary of the fundamentalist psyche. I love it

  2. Marc says:

    Probably should go with “self-deception.” It seems to be working so far…

  3. saldiray says:

    keep up the good work man… loving the cartoons, every single one.

  4. JohnnieCanuck says:

    It’s nice to see the flock fleecers get their due with style and wit. I’m enjoying the author and the commenters here.

  5. Jonathan says:

    I’m sure the public can vote for people to get honours these days… So how about we swing it for the author to get a CBE..? Might even manage a Knighthood if we have a whip-round.. Wait till I open my effigy shop first, though. Obviously.

  6. zoster says:

    why do worms deserve to be crushed under foot?

  7. JayBee says:

    This is utterly brilliant!

  8. George says:

    Shouldn’t Mo have said “…the will of Allah..” instead of “…the will of God…”?

  9. JET says:

    “Allah” is the Arabic word for “God” which is the English name of the god who also shows up in Judaism and Christianity.

  10. I'd rather not say says:

    Actually, “Allah” means, quite literally, all things. The Q’ran talks of a superior power or entity but only describes it as an intelligence entwined in all things.
    I’m constantly amazed at how many people misunderstand their own religion but are still prepared to defend it vehemently.

  11. Acolyte of Sagan says:

    zoster says:
    June 29, 2007 at 5:15 pm
    why do worms deserve to be crushed under foot?

    Because it’s too messy to head-butt the little buggers to death, I suppose.


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