Friday, December 16, 2005

Clever Orwellian solution to athiest lawsuit against trooper memorials

You may recall that in Orwell's 1984, crosses were refered to as "t"s So it was Charing T Station rather than Charing Cross station etc. Pauline Barney of West Valley has solved the lawsuit problem. The crosses are, obviously, t's which stand for "trooper" and have no religious meaning whatsoever. If some see them as crosses and get offended, well, that's their problem.

Nice work Pauline.

2 comments:

Dawnawanna said...

That is the best thing I have ever read. It brought a smile. When I saw the story on the news, it made me wonder about all the crosses... I mean T's at Arlington. Is that the same situation or is there something special about Arlington?

Anonymous said...

not 1984, brave new world by huxley.