Thursday, February 17, 2005


I saw an announcement for a talk next Monday titled:
"The great monotheistic religions of the world: Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Islam."

It is part of a series of educational talks aimed at the general public.


Blogger Francis S. said...

They must meant "monotheistic" in the sense where "mono" is a prefix meaning for "more than none." I think it's derived from some kind of dialect of pig-latin, or, um, maybe pig-greek.

18/2/05 02:08  
Blogger Loxias said...

"more than none"? Hm, what about Buddhism, then?

18/2/05 09:18  

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