3388. Bluto believed in God. I know because I asked him about it the next day in the truck.
3389. I said, “Tell me Mr. Sacco, do you believe in
God, since you say there is a higher law about the soda machines, if there is a
higher law of the soda machines, the source of the higher law would have to be
God wouldn’t it.” At work, and actually all the time I called Bluto Mr.
At first Bluto reacted as if he had not heard my question. He just
kept driving and looking around as if he wanted to find a parking place. Then he pulled in to a spot, turned the engine off and turned in his seat to
face me sitting there on my soda box. I could see in the glare in his
eyes, and the long pause before he started to speak, that he felt my question
was a direct threat, and an assault on his theories.
3391. And it was a serious threat, because if there is no supreme being,
or if you can’t prove there is a supreme being, then how could you formulate
all of those theories about higher laws. My brother took it even further
telling me that some people thought that if you can’t prove God exists then
there isn’t even any reason to look both ways when you cross the street, since