By Glenn Fleishman at 9:29 pm Wed, Nov 10, 2010
One might be tempted to ask: Can God make a signboard so big that even He can't illuminate it? Spotted in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, otherwise known as the Center of the Universe.
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LOL at photo credit. Great shot, Glenn.
That’s funny, I could have sworn the Centre of the Universe was a couple hundred miles northwest of Seattle.
Fremont’s just fun. Great photo..
Everyone knows the real Center of the Universe (COTU) is Bloomington, Indiana.
Why does god spell “l0ve” with a zero?
“a signboard so big that even He can’t illuminate it”
I’m Godel, and I approve that paradox.
I think the bottom of the sign is cut off in this photo. Don’t church signs usually have some sort of disclaimer at the bottom, like:
“God Loves You”*
* except, gays, lesbians, atheists, denominations other than mine, religions other than mine, tax collectors
I would suggest that your experience with churches may be somewhat limited in diversity. Those of the breed you describe tend to be a rarity, at least here in Canada.
I also really liked Freemont. The troll under the bridge with the volkswagen, Fun Hole, etc. Lots of 300Ds.
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