I know who god is Pcunix
But I promised not to say anything
Although god is a little pissed at Hawking and he is still consider suing the construction company that built this universe.
Can't say anymore I'm in god's bad books for not laughing at his 'how I got here' story.
If only people knew what I know I wouldn't have a secret.
Ask him to stop in next time he is in my neck of the woods. I would love to discuss his ego problens, and recommend some anger management books. He could use some parenting skills as well.
It would be great if he would publish an updated book. I know some publishers.
His last book was ghost written
Tell me about his ego
Sometimes he can be so precious
and don't even go to the our son was adopted story
that pisses him off as much as the immaculate conception (orgasmus non spermicus nil conceptione - in hewbrew).
He often talks about visiting the US and doing a few gigs as he's sold lots of albums there. I'll mention your name.
Well if he does an update he may like to remove some more of the smiting non believers stuff. Very off-putting that bit, even to believers. What if their belief is not "right" in the view of another religionists
If I could figure out what yous guys were talking about I'd throw me hat into the ring.
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