Paigowdan
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:10:14 PM permalink
No, Bob, you can definately stumble, just like the rest of us, admit it or not. sometimes you get lucky.
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Paigowdan
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:12:19 PM permalink
Mike's contract - did he copy it from Scientology's one billion trillion year contract? ;)
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mkl654321
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:12:43 PM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

I never stumble, and I sure don't need you to corroborate anything I say.



Well, SOMEBODY needs to, given your track record; you've actually stumbled hundreds of times here, mostly from not carefully reading the posts you react to.
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EvenBob
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:14:08 PM permalink
Quote: Paigowdan

No, Bob, you can definately stumble.



Will Hunting likes to think he thought of everything and the rest of us just 'stumble' onto what he already knows. Sorry, Will, get over your bad self.
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mkl654321
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:36:04 PM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

Will Hunting likes to think he thought of everything and the rest of us just 'stumble' onto what he already knows. Sorry, Will, get over your bad self.



No, Bob. I said that YOU stumble. Confusing me with a fictional movie character is DEFINTELY a stumble. You also fumble and bumble.
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EvenBob
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:52:08 PM permalink
Quote: mkl654321

Confusing me with a fictional movie character is DEFINTELY a stumble.



No, you said you have a 190 IQ, same ballpark as Will Hunting. I would think you'd be proud of the nickname, Will.
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mkl654321
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November 21st, 2010 at 10:56:17 PM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

No, you said you have a 190 IQ, same ballpark as Will Hunting. I would think you'd be proud of the nickname, Will.



Will Hunting is not real. He doesn't exist, Bob. I'm not sure I can get you to understand that. Perhaps if you had a higher IQ...
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JerryLogan
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November 22nd, 2010 at 4:31:08 AM permalink
Quote: mkl654321

Oddly enough, Bob, you've actually stumbled on something akin to the right answer, not that JL could ever possibly understand it.



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Asswhoopermcdaddy
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November 22nd, 2010 at 7:08:24 AM permalink
And to think I would have thought a soul would be worth more than a measily $10. LOL Well, just for reference, a "soul" was once auctioned off on Ebay for close to a million dollars before they pulled the auction.

I think that the atheist's desire to repurchase his "soul" in the contract is a fundamental contradiction to him/her being an atheist. Atheists should not believe in the afterlife and hence having or not having a soul is completely inconsequential. A die-hard atheist would make the bet. This person is clearly trying to hedge there bets in case they are wrong.

So what would a soul enslaved to Michael Shackelford be like? Would Michael make that soul do all his acturial work? Scrub his own soul's feet? Anyone remember the episode of the Simpsons when Bart sells his soul to Millhouse and the great scene when they're paddling boats and Bart just goes in a circle before he doesn't have a partner in the boat as Millhouse's soul and Bart's soul pass by.
DJTeddyBear
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November 22nd, 2010 at 7:38:43 AM permalink
Quote: Asswhoopermcdaddy

I think that the atheist's desire to repurchase his "soul" in the contract is a fundamental contradiction to him/her being an atheist. Atheists should not believe in the afterlife and hence having or not having a soul is completely inconsequential. A die-hard atheist would make the bet.

Not necessarily.

Souls, spirits and afterlife may exist even in "God" does not.

The belief in / evidence of ghosts is not tied to the belief in / evidence of God.
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