Excellent! That is one extraordinary parody. *LINK* *PIC*

Excellent! That is one extraordinary parody. *LINK* *PIC*
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Thursday, July 27, 2006 04:33 pm

For a second there, I thought Jean-Claude was literally suggesting the woman was \"extraordinary\" for promulgating AND marketing (selling) t-shirts with a variation on the Beatles Song...then I realized he (and she) are poking fun at the the \"Peace and Love\" culture.

I knew for sure the whole thing is a tongue-in-cheek parody when I saw this sentence:

: On July 14th, the same date
: celebrated by the French as Bastille Day, ironically, a day
: remembered for its violence in the name of freedom, Catherina came
: out of her morning meditation with the unequivocal message: “Think
: Love.”

There is NO WAY Catherina or anyone else would SERIOUSLY suggest that the French Revolution and American Revolution were merely \"violent outbursts\" that wouldn\'t have occurred if only people had \"thought love\" and, better yet, worn T-shirts with the phrase! Even though Australians didn\'t have a \'violent\' Revolution to throw off vicious smiling-faced, hypocritical aristocracies (filled with men and women who claimed to \'love\' the people, \'love\' each other, \'love\' God, etc.) --even an Australian wouldn\'t be so silly as to suggest that a happy feeling and a mere catchphrase shows more logic and compassion for the oppressed than the likes of Thomas Jefferson or Harriet Tubman. Maybe Betsy Ross could have sewn the phrase \"Think Love\" into the original Stars & Stripes, that would have been another awesome parody...and she being a lady, chances were less she\'d have been tarred and feathered by an enraged mob of male and female Colonials who believed she was making light of their awful plight.