Sunday, May 21, 2006


Dan Brown thinks that Wiccans, witches and other Earth-based religions that worship the divine feminine can't fight against the Catholic Church. When it comes to the box office, he's right.

"The Da Vinci Code," the much-ballyhooed movie doing it's part to twist Catholic's panties in a wad, raked in about $77 million in opening weekend, placing at No. 13 on the all-time list for openers. Take a wild guess what No. 11 is.

Now, now, those of you who live to do nothing but get mad at those bad ol', intolerant Bible-Thumpers. Take comfort: Nos. 4, 5, 7 and 8 all belong to the four Harry Potter movies.

The rest of us religious-minded types—those of us who know the difference between fact and fiction, science and faith—will continue to mock the movie not for it's take on Jesus' bloodline, but for Tom Hanks wacked-out hair and awful acting.

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