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The 'God-guy' in the Guardin' reincarnates in every generation, i.e. Moses, Solomon, Jesus, Da Vinci, Galileo, Benjamin Franklin, Lincoln, Einstein


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Initial post: Feb 22, 2013 9:39:06 AM PST
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Posted on Feb 22, 2013 12:35:27 PM PST
Brian Curtis says:
Still Crazy After All These Years

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Max Flash says:
I used to drink Reincarnation Instant Breakfast when I was a kid. Do they still make tht stuff?

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No, and No.

Posted on Mar 1, 2013 9:38:21 AM PST
Brian Curtis says:
They do indeed. And unlike Brad's delusions, this stuff actually exists.

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Art Franklin says:
Why are you claiming non-religious people as reincarnations of this soul? You may as well claim that James Randi is the 'God-guy'.

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Art Franklin says:
Hi God/Fodder, are you serious or are you the pope of the Troll religion?

Posted on Mar 4, 2013 8:39:49 AM PST
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J. Potter says:
Well, then, rather ironically, I'd say the god guy is overdue. How many more worker drones will his colony need? We're up to 7+ billion already.

I'd expect this stellar colonizer to come back , say, "Whoops, a bit over done!", clean house (liquidate all humans), and stock up on primates.

Or maybe just lobotomize the humans via anal probes. One at a time. Late at night. On desert highways.

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 4, 2013 8:48:32 AM PST
Art Franklin says:
"Well, then, rather ironically, I'd say the god guy is overdue. How many more worker drones will his colony need? We're up to 7+ billion already."

Great post J. Potter; your logic holds water, especially since there is an inverse relationship between the amount of humans there are and the amount of work an individual does. Therefore the more colonists there are the less efficient the population will be. Especially if the "holy" ones keep reincarnating!

I like this title of Stellar Colonizer for Brad Watson: It can be pronounced "CAHL-uhn" OR "COAL-uhn-eye-zer" to denote the possibility of anal probe lobotomies (or that the Stellar Colonizer's head is up his arse).

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 4, 2013 9:53:54 AM PST
J. Potter says:
Yes, the Stellar Colon-izer, ha!

I could be wrong, tho, maybe 7Bn is a drop in the bucket. Maybe the Colon-izer has whole fleets to fill. Still, it'd be in hi/she/it's best interest to return and collect before we complete foul He/She/It's chosen fish tank / stock pond.

Posted on Mar 4, 2013 10:00:50 AM PST
J. Potter says:
"Moses, Solomon, Jesus, Da Vinci, Galileo, Benjamin Franklin, Lincoln, Einstein"

Man, does that list need work. Aside from being too 'gappy', this is quite a disparate crew. Also very, very Eurocentric. Is the Colon-izer a racist?

Or perhaps there are multiple colon-izers, and they are sharing range-space here on the earth. Even greater potential for racism here; I mean, multiple colon-izers wouldn't be too happy about their herds intermingling, would they?
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