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Source: The Reason Stick via boingboing

Category: Digital Media, Philosophy, Really, really bad calls

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12 Responses to “Bollocks: Venn Diagram of Irrational Nonsense”

  1. hawks5999 says:

    I note that he was too afraid to list the Illuminati, the Bilderbergs and Bohemian Grove.

    (kidding)

  2. rwboomtown says:

    He missed Islam, Christianity and Judaism. Is the Scientology story that much more far fetched? That much more corrupt and ugly?

  3. akreitman says:

    You forgot to include technical analysis

  4. PeterR says:

    Where does the author place himself in this diagram? Entirely outside of the curved shapes, as if to say there is no truth to anything inside?

    For a hint, click on the diagram to enlarge it and go to Mr. Jago’s site, whereupon there is a link on the left for a ” . . . Image of my Soul.”

    The final line in Mr. Jago’s blog under this collage?

    “If you really want to see a person’s soul, look closely at their record collection.”

    So does the author place himself outside the Venn Diagram, or is he indeed the totality of it, as “soul?”

  5. MidlifeNocrisis says:

    I’m looking at this and thinking, “The basis of all of the worlds problems depicted in one graphic.”

  6. BennyProfane says:

    @MidlifeNocrisis

    Oh, no, Homer Simpson took care of that one at the end of one episode:

    “Here’s to alcohol: the cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems.”

  7. CitizenWhy says:

    Yeah, but some of it is so much fun!

  8. MikeNY says:

    LOLZ, I love how Scientology scores the tetrafecta.

  9. boveri says:

    Great blog entry and comments to match:
    + the Illuminati, the Bilderbergs and Bohemian Grove
    + “If you really want to see a person’s soul, look closely at their record collection.”

  10. JohnathanStein says:

    They’re definitely off base on on Chiropractic — it’s approved by Workman’s Compensation for treatment in my state. Also, I’ve used it myself on several occasions, particularly after a rough weekend of moving a few hundred evergreens with a skid-steer hydraulic tree spade.

    I suspect they’re off base on Acupunture, too.