Say Know…

to gnosticism!

Thanks folks!  I’m here all week!  Try the veal!

Reader Marty Helgesen, who sent this along, writes:

Back in the nineties I was using “Just say know to Gnosticism” and  “Just say Know to Gnosticism” as a signature tag.  I’m pretty sure it was original with me.  I am almost certain that “All syllogisms have three parts.  Therefore this is not a syllogism” is NOT original with me, but who knows

I have a button with the circle slash symbol and the words BLESSE

I might have had the button made after I thought of it, but I’m not sure.

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  • S. Murphy

    Okay. Two points. Have you had that round chambered for years and just gave up finding an occasion to fire it?

  • J. H. M. Ortiz

    Interesting thing to me is that linguists tell us that since Germanic languages like English have largely changed the original voiced plosives B, D, and G — as in “Gnostic” — to P, T, and K — as in “Know” (the K used to be pronounced), the punned words are actually kin!

  • Will

    I am of two minds about Monothelitism.

  • Marty Helgesen

    The subject line of my e-mail was “Back in the nineties”. That’s why the first sentence of the quoted e-mail was not a complete sentence. It was intended to be read as a continuation of the subject line.

  • Marty Helgesen

    In case any wants to a single copy of a button made here is a web site run by someone who makes buttons. I ran into her at science fiction conventions but she goes elsewhere and also sells by mail.