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*brow raised* [Nov. 22nd, 2006|04:51 pm]
randomposting
[Current Location |workin' for the man.]
[mood |complacentcomplacent]
[music |nelly, maybe? I dunno.]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFTjeaDlxDI

Sesame Street goodness.

And in 1970 Russel T Tansie, an Arizona lawyer filed a $100,000 damage lawsuit against God. The suit was filed on behalf of Mr. Tansie's secretary Betty Penrose, who accused God of negligence in his power over the weather, when he allowed a lightning bolt to strike her home. Ms. Penrose won the case when the defendant failed to appear in court. Whether or not she has collected has not been recorded.
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From: skittish_derby
2006-11-22 04:24 pm (UTC)
would make more sense if we could rationally prove god actually exists.. which we CAN'T... his very definition (transcendent) means that we cannot logically prove him.. he exists because of circular reasoning...

sorry... philosophy class is making me really cynical..

horray for that guy though! im glad he won... the question is who paid him?

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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2006-11-24 02:04 am (UTC)
Eeee. Circular reasoning hurts my head today.

And probably no one. It was his secretary.
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