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So i just thought of something. What about two universes that only differ in one regard. Say some planet in the andromeda galaxy never formed but the two earths and therefore the two crams are identical in every way. Even on a quantum level. Is that guy not you? What about a cram from a universe where everything is the same except its made of antimatter and we have an anticram. Anticram has a hard time thinking of cram as cram. To him our cram is the anticram. Either way a high five is inadvisable. Also i got to invent a guy known as the anticram.
Miley Spears MAY BE a fictional character. MAYBE! But, she does have her own website, and has generated a bit of controversy.
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--- Quote from: Hoopla on November 15, 2012, 08:34:25 pm ---Just to play devil's advocate for a moment, I should point out that Loveshade does try to intertwine his beliefs with Discordianism, they aren't simply "surplus opinions a discordian has". So, there might be merit in his being interviewed with everyone else, out of a sense of completeness. If I were to watch a documentary, or read a book, on Christianity I would want to now about Fred Phelps too. There, I said it... Loveshade, the Fred Phelps of Discordia. --- End quote --- I have no objection to him being interviewed. I simply won't be involved. At all. --- End quote ---
When I started compiling An Discordian Omnibus, I knew that I would feel compelled to create my own individual Holy Books to fill spaces, give myself more street cred, and further etch my holy name into the walls of Divine Chaos Worship, and Iím glad that this is what I have to offer.
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And looky what is typed out at the bottom of the back of each volume (and on each page inside too, for good measure):
Ah. Let me see if I can find the relevant passage.
The argument, loosely put, goes back to subatomic particle theory. If we swapped one proton for another in your brain, you would still be you, because that happens all the time, every day, every second. Now extrapolate. Your brain is physically changing it's entire structure every second. Why would "you" not be "you" in a perfect replica of your brain, if it is already constantly happening to you already?
Read his essay on Comme des Garcons in Role Models.
He's saying they have no sense of style, of flair, of panache, no inividual look, attitude, or anything that speaks to who they are.
Secondly,You'll recall the early days of Occupy, when they refused to let the protest be pigeon holed into a discrete list of demands which could be dismissed.
And that went so well, as I recall.