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I wrote my thoughts down in musevoices in the persona of my former Death-Eater character. I'm partially zombified at the moment, so Paul might not be making a lick of sense in his comments.

Suffice to say, I enjoyed the movie very much and was impressed with it. It satisfied me because it answered the question, "How does Anakin Skywalker become Darth Vader?" quite well, I thought.

Must go to bed now. Zzzzz...

Current Mood: sleepysleepy

Sith: I did some tweaking and added a couple of things to Paul's commentary on Revenge of the Sith. Spoiler warning.

Gaming: We have gaming tonight. Hurray! I've missed it. I'm glad our DM feels up to it. She was sounding a lot better when I spoke to her on the phone Thursday night.

Writing: Time now for me to work on Avriet some more.

I hope that Pope Benedict deals with this bit of ridiculousness quick, fast, and in a hurry.

I can't believe there are Catholic clergy who would consider the composition of the communion wafer more important than the act of Communion itself! If Jesus is part of the Trinity and therefore a part of God, that means he is omnipotent, yes? If he is omnipotent, then he can bloody well be symbolized in a communion wafer made of rice as easily as he can one made of wheat.

According to Christian belief, we are all God's children and therefore all entitled to participate in the breaking of bread to symbolize the sacrifice Christianity teaches that Christ made for all of us. It is doctrinally absurd to exclude some, ostensibly, of Christ's people by claiming that only communion wafers made from wheat are valid.

This is going to be Benedict's first test as Pope, and the world will be watching him, to see if dogma will win out over compassion. I hope he passes the test. I'd like to think he will.

Current Mood: fuming
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