The Way We Were


12 Responses to “The Way We Were”

  1. Cosmic Siren says:

    Some might find it herectical, but I think it’s a rather touching tribute.

  2. Mexigogue says:

    That was my point. He took a stand against communism. That is what Darth Vader represents, the Evil Empire. You totally got my point!!!!

  3. Liz says:

    I think it’s delightful. What a marvelous tribute to a man of peace and compassion!

  4. Mexigogue says:

    Presuming that’s not sarcasm then thank you! I don’t have to be Catholic to acknowledge that this dude was one cool mofo.

  5. WT says:

    I would have thought his light saber would look more like a cross.

  6. Liz says:

    Yes, I was serious. I, also, am not Catholic, but I think John Paul II is a superb representative of Good in the battle vs. Evil.

  7. guy in the UNLV jacket says:

    Does Cadillac coun t as a relegion?

  8. Peggy says:

    Not just a picture of good vs. evil, but of good being willing to take a real stand against evil.

  9. oregonchick says:

    I love this! He certainly had the intellectual ferocity to be a Jedi warrior, if the whole Throne of St. Peter thing hadn’t come his way. It also brought to mind Obi-Wan’s statement, “If you strike me down, I will become more powerful…”

    Of course, I always harbored a secret crush on Obi-Wan Kenobi – Han Solo was dashing and all, but Harrison Ford had nothing on Alec Guiness.

  10. Phelps says:

    “You have a big hat, Vader… but mine is bigger.”

    That is the best thing about the Catholic church. You can figure out who is in charge wherever you go by looking and seeing who has the biggest hat.

  11. Mexigogue says:

    You know I almost made this blog entry a caption contest. That would have won right there.

  12. Saralyons says:

    I don’t understand this picture. It seems to depict evil vs evil. What’s the point in that?