Thursday, November 09, 2006

Peace Through Pork

If there is ever going to be lasting peace in the Middle East the root cause of the problem must be solved. And that root cause is obvious: inability to eat pork.

That is why I am glad to see an organization working to solve this problem: Peace Through Pork.

As they explain:

When a thought (or delicious pork product) is repressed, it finds an outlet somewhere. By cutting off the exploration of an idea (or a tasty food) from rational exploration and dialogue, we are repressing it. When we push a memory or an idea down into the dark corners of our minds and our memories it will bubble to the surface of our consciousness in unexpected and unpredictable ways. Could it be that all of this violence stems from the repression of bacon?
That is a little too deep for me, so I stick with their drunken frat boy explanation:

#1 Bacon is really tasty.

#2 People that don't eat bacon obviously have issues.
Issues indeed. If you ever run into somebody who doesn't "dig on swine", be very careful. They might end up quoting Ezekiel 25:17 before blowing your head off.

via Boing Boing

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