Saturday, August 9, 2003

Saturday August 9, 2003

Filed under: General — m759 @ 12:07 PM

Beware of…
Jews Peddling Stories:

An episode in the ongoing saga of the conflict between the "story theory of truth" and the "diamond theory of truth."

The following set of pictures summarizes some reflections on truth and reality suggested by the August 9, 2003, New York Times obituary of writer William Woolfolk, who died on July 20, 2003.

Woolfolk was the author of The Sex Goddess and was involved in the production of the comic book series The Spirit (see below).

The central strategy of the three Semitic religions — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — is to pretend that we are all characters in a story whose author is God.  This strategy suggests the following Trinity, based on the work of William Woolfolk (The Sex Goddess and The Spirit) and Steven Spielberg ("Catch Me If You Can").  Like other Semitic tales, the story of this Trinity should not be taken too seriously.


William Woolfolk
Woolfolk as
a Jewish God

The Sex Goddess
Woolfolk's Story


Martin Sheen in Catch Me If You Can
The Father as
a Lutheran God


Amy Adams in Catch Me If You Can
The Father's

DiCaprio as a doctor
The Son

DiCaprio and Adams
The Son's Story

Amy Adams, star of Catch Me If You Can
The Holy

The Spirit, 1942
The Holy
Spirit's Story


A Confession of Faith:

Theology Based On the Film
"Catch Me If You Can":

The Son to God the Lutheran Father:

"I'm nothing really, just a kid in love with your daughter."

This is taken from a review of "Catch Me If You Can" by Thomas S. Hibbs.

For some philosophical background to this confession, see Hibbs's book

Shows About Nothing:
Nihilism in Popular Culture
from The Exorcist to Seinfeld

By the way, today is the anniversary of the dropping on Nagasaki
of a made-in-USA Weapon of Mass Destruction, a plutonium bomb
affectionately named Fat Man.

Fat Man was a sequel to an earlier Jewish story,



  1. I am become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds.

    Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, Director of Los Alamos

    Now we are all sons-of-bitches.

    Dr. Kenneth Bainbridge, Director of Trinity TestWhich one was the narcissist?

    Comment by oOMisfitOo — Sunday, August 10, 2003 @ 2:07 AM

  2. Oh dear.  That didn’t quite appear the way I’d originally intended.

    ~random thought~

    Please explain the faces on Mars?

    Comment by oOMisfitOo — Sunday, August 10, 2003 @ 2:09 AM

  3. Same as the faces of Jesus on tortillas… Humans making up stories about random patterns.

    Comment by m759 — Sunday, August 10, 2003 @ 7:16 AM

  4. Brings the sacrament to a whole new light, eh?

    Gimme the face of Jesus.  I’ll eat it. 

    Comment by oOMisfitOo — Saturday, August 16, 2003 @ 4:48 AM

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