|Death and resurrection also form the foundation of|
what Marvel's writers do when they run out of ideas.
|"Well, you appear to have a pulse. |
I'll get the paperwork started."
Anyway, I'm neither religious nor into weed, but I think it's kind of cool that these two celebrations line up this year. Like, regardless of whether or not you believe Jesus had supernatural powers, he was a long-haired, bearded dude who told people to chill out, give all their money away and love each other. Sound familiar? Like, does anyone really think he'd have a problem with people getting stoned now and then?
|Ok, some people might think he'd have a problem with it...|
Pictured: What rich, conservative evangelicals
think Judgement Day is going to look like.
Also, Happy St. Spockington's Day!
What am I doing to mark the occasion? I'm glad I'm pretending you asked. I'll be watching Star Trek II and III back-to-back. How come? Well, as the founder and only member of the Church of Vulcantology, I'll be reflecting on the life of Spock, who died getting the warp core back online and then was resurrected in the third movie when Leonard Nimoy realized that nobody cared about his poetry.
|...um...no. Sorry, I'm not trying to be a dick but |
you're always going to be Spock. Embrace it.