Zen dilemna(s), or I've had either way too much coffee this morning or not nearly enough . . .
If you meet someone on the road who's just killed the buddha, should you call the cops?
If you meet the buddha at a fork in the road, what are you supposed to do?
If you meet the buddha in the road and kill him, can you use road rage as a defense?
If you meet the buddha on the road just as a chicken is crossing, do you have to kill both of them so there's no witnesses?
If you meet the buddha at a Starbucks or something but he's reading On the Road, can you still kill him?
If the buddha becomes a Rhodes Scholar, does he have to kill himself?
If you meet the buddha on the road and kill him, you can say he thought you were the buddha and claim self defense.
If you meet the buddha while off-roading, can you just run over him?
If you meet the buddha on the road and kill him but it turns out it was really the buddha's identical twin, then what?
Every time Willie Nelson sings, "On the Road Again" the buddha dies inside a little.
If you meet someone on the road who insists they're the buddha, they're probably just suicidal and you shouldn't kill them.
If you meet the buddha in the road, and he realizes you're going to kill him and runs away, should you chase him down to kill him?
If you meet the buddha on the road and don't want to kill him, does giving him an atomic wedgie count for anything?
If you're with someone else and you meet the buddha on the road, does one of you hold him down while the other kills him, and how do you decide who does what?
What if you meet the buddha on the road but he's a master of disguise and you don't recognize him? Are you in trouble or something?
If you're at gas station and the buddha comes in asking for directions, should you kill him right then and there or wait until he's back on the road?
If you meet the buddha in the road and he's getting hassled by bullies, should you make them stop being mean to him before you kill him?
If you meet the buddha on the road and he's already dead, is it okay to take his wallet?