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.
I am the photographer, and I approve this use of my image.
That’s funny, I could have sworn the Centre of the Universe was a couple hundred miles northwest of Seattle.
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.
Fremont’s just fun. Great photo..
“a signboard so big that even He can’t illuminate it”
I’m Godel, and I approve that paradox.
I also really liked Freemont. The troll under the bridge with the volkswagen, Fun Hole, etc. Lots of 300Ds.
LOL at photo credit. Great shot, Glenn.
Everyone knows the real Center of the Universe (COTU) is Bloomington, Indiana.
Why does god spell “l0ve” with a zero?
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