Friday, March 03, 2006

Decision to Allow Religious Non-Weapons

We at Also Canadian fully support the Supreme Court's decision to allow religious non-weapons.

As Canada's representative on the Jedi Council, we are happy to know we can now wear ourceremonial lite-sabers in public. As we all know, the Jedi Order is an ancient religion thatpreaches peace and tranquility - our skills and religious objects are for defensive purposes only.

Since our lite-sabers are on the pre-prototype, we have adopted the Smith and Wesson 357 revolver as our religious non-weapon of choice and are glad to know we may carry this item in public.Of course, the item is there for religious purposes only and will be carried discreetly at all times.

Canada is truly the greatest country in the World!


Blogger VW said...

And what steps will you take to prove to the public that your non-weapon is in fact non-lethal?

9:00 AM  
Blogger pale said...

Religious non-weapon's don't kill people - people kill people.

9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No bullets in the gun makes it harmless (unless you pistol whip someone I guess) so I the extreme court should allow this as well, right?

9:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess that what schools need to do is install metal detectors at their entrances and have a panel of experts determine whether an item is religious, whether the knive is sharp or there are bullets in the gun, and whether the weapon meets the Supreme Court test for danger to the public greater than the religious freedom alleged by the carrier. Definitely more subsidized employment for lawyers. Who needs Royal Commissions when you get permanent employment like this? And teachers' hours too.

9:50 AM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Pale, the pre-Sith (Liberal) lords on the supreme court will only ever allow their minions to be armed...

11:32 AM  

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