Jon Stewart: which Religion should Tiger Woods convert to?

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on Jan 8, 2010
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Brit Hume of Fox News suggested, well, stated that Tiger oughta dump Buddhism for Christianity if he wanted a chance at hero-worship slash forgiveness. Jon Stewart and friends host a debate, pitting Judaism vs. Christianity (various kinds) and Islam.

And, well, Navi.

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  3. This is absolutely hilarious!

    Did anyone else notice the connection between this spoof and Elephant's recent discussion of "The Secret" , where I wrote:

    "I do not see a very sharp distinction between what I see in "The Secret" and much of what is presented by organized religions of all stripes"

    Thanks for posting this.

    Bob Weisenberg

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