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Originally posted by IKTOMI
reply to post by Monts
I have always giggled with myself over this idea as far back as I can remember. Recursive fractals of divine humor have left their silly little fingerprints on everything everywhere. This particular postulation is definitely a favorite
For me what makes it so entertaining is that it has this beguiling ability to seem crafted by some dark-age
dull-normal with a penchant for the theatrical. At the same time it is most obviously a masterpiece echoing the brilliance of possibility so evident in Discordianism or the DaDa Zen trixters. Great stuff!!!!!
Behold, all souls are mine; as the soul of the father, so also the soul of the son is mine: the soul that sinneth, it shall die.
Originally posted by gabby2011
hmmm..my son sold me his soul when he was eight for two bucks
I made him write it down on a piece of paper. One day when he was around 14 he was sort of getting lippy with me in front of his friends, so I casually told him he should watch it cause I own his soul
He started freakin' out, so I went to go show him the paper , and all his friends laughed so hard, and he was right po'd.
He wanted to know how he could get it back, so we played a game of one on one in basketball...and he won his soul back. It was well worth the two bucks for the sheer entertainment of it.
(if he had of lost the BB game, I would have gotten to pick his wife )
I'm glad he won it back....if such a thing even exists.
Wasn't that an episode of the Simpsons?
I don’t personally know Rihanna’s beliefs but I think there’s a very dark and very sinister part of the entertainment business and I think it’s very visible,” he said. “This is something that a lot of people don’t look at [but for example] Michael Jackson used to be a Jehovah’s Witness and I remember hearing that he wanted to separate from the religion — and this was during the time that he was doing ‘Thriller’ [which ended up being] his biggest album.”
Fast forward to now [and] it really made me think that there is a [time as an artist] where there’s going to be a choice. The[entertainment] world [dictates] that you have to be with three or four women, or do this in order to get that [and] I think it’s really interesting. With God and the industry, it’s really dark. The dark side is having to get in, there’s a certain submission you need to have. Just like a gang [initiation], so to speak. You might have to do something against your moral code. I’m not saying that it’s always this way, but when you’re someone that is young and you’re coming up in the industry and you really don’t have a grip on your morals it can be very dark. The game is just about over saturation.
I don’t know if Rihanna [has fallen victim to those pressures]. I’ve never really heard her speak about it. I hope that she doesn’t believe in that stuff and I don’t think that she does, but I don’t know. It’s not just been a Rihanna thing, [there's has been religious speculation] about a lot of artists.
And the dark shall emerge from the fiery depths of hell
and swallow the shallow the hallow who dwell
In the shadows of all who are willing to sell their souls
For this rap game and it ga ga goes