|Snarfed from technopaganism
||[Feb. 19th, 2006|03:41 pm]
This was taken from their "Read our comments before posting" links in the profile
Thus technopaganism has to do with the conjuction of Technology and Paganism,
and more often than not, that involved Eris, the Goddess of Chaos,
and Patroness of Computers.
You know, why does it not surprise me that Herself is mentioned along with computers? Really! There was just a bit of me that said "Yeah, that makes sense." and now I'm looking at myself to ask why, and I can't figure it out.
There again, there was a lovely series of books (well the first 3 or 4 were lovely, then it went downhill quite spectacularly) where there was a Catholic sect that carried a screwdriver in their pocket to show that they were of that particular sect, and their motto was to "turn perversity upon itself" - involved a wonderful story of a technician, a telecast of the pope, and the technician using himself as a resistor for the telecast. It made a lot of sense to me, and has stuck with me (and shows in some of my sense of humour), and is something I consider a little bit similar to what he (above poster) had said.
So, as Jezebel said when she saw her father drunkenly doing the macerena in a cave, "That's my Lot". (I really should stop with those 'jokes')