Was dozing to CBS Evening News, which was doing a story about a father who just lost his son in Iraq. (It was a Father's Day story, a particulary 2004 one, or 1968, or 1944.) Some of his son's personal effects had been sent to him, including his dog tags, which he showed to the camera. I swear, though I was half-asleep, that the fifth line, which states the dog taggee's religion, read "JEDI KNIGHT." This made me happy, and, of course, sad.
assuming it's true. anyone else watching cbs? anyone else a jedi knight?
Posted by dbrown at June 18, 2004 07:06 PM
Jedi Knight has become a recognized religion.
I'd forgotten about that, until I read your post.
May the Force be with us all!
We might all spend a few minutes, each day, sending good thoughts of love, peace and goodwill to the Middle East and to all our leaders.
Thoughts are energy and each is a prayer...Let's make our's positive ones.
I noted that the little boy with MS died yesterday and Larry King ran a rerun of his last show, with readings from his books of Poems, he called "Heart Songs". That little guy was a true Jedi Knight. We could all learn a thing or two from his great wisdom.