Sunday, April 23, 2006

Confused About The Da Vinci Code?
Ask a REAL Code Breaker. I did!

Being a retired Marine, I still have the opportunity to get information from fellow Marines, both past and present. I contacted the world famous Marine Corps Navajo Code Talkers of WWII fame and asked if they could help me out on the Da Vinci Code.

Keep in mind that many Navajo words don't translate directly into English. For example, the Marine Code Talkers would translate;

"America" as "our mother"
"Fighter plane" as "hummingbird"
"Submarine" as "iron fish"
"Tank destroyer" as "tortoise killer"

With that said;

"Ron Howard" is "red forest on mountain top swirling down shower drain"
"Ron Brown" is "dung heap with heap fat wallet"
"Tom Hanks" is "insincere phony shit-filled son of a bitch"

And just because I was wondering what "Archbishop Weakland" would translate to, I'm told it's "dances with boys"

(Hey, this is what I was told. If you have a problem with these translations, take it up with the Navajos)


Blogger DigiHairshirt said...

Breaking the Da Vinci Code is sort of like the Digispouse's "Tuna Surprise Casserole" - "Surprise, it's chicken!" Same with Dan brown's revision of Christianity - "Suprise, it's fiction! All of it! Just some stuff I made up so that the same idiots who thought 'The Celestine Prophecy' was a spiritual revelation would part with their cash!"

Excuse me, I have to go feed the albino Opus Dei monk who lives in the DigiBasement . . . what, you don't have one, too?

7:47 PM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

God love the Navajos! God bless the Marines!

10:50 PM  
Blogger Fugger Nutter said...

When I overheard a Navajo say

"red forest on mountain top swirling down shower drain told insincere phony shit-filled son of a bitch that dances with boys and funky frankenstein have tickets for opening night"

I not only realized that he mentioned John Kerry I also suddently realized I spoke Navajo!

5:03 PM  

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