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Posted: 23 May 12 20:58 - Edited By: Erskin Quint, 23 May 12 21:00
Which was the first day then?

Did they start with Sunday or perhaps Monday?

Did they start in the middle of the week? After all, if it was, say, Wednesday, it would hardly be correct to start with Saturday purely for bureaucratic purposes. Though, knowing what world-dominating, reality-perverting, egocentric bastards humans are, that's probably how all this shite started off.

And when did they start? At the stroke of midnight? But how could it be midnight, if there was no preceding day? Eh?

These are the questions of the day.

Mind you, if you ask me, it's all bollocks, is this, like.

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Posted: 23 May 12 21:25
The first day was known as: Day One.

Later named Monday, after Mung The Moiciless, tywannical despot from the planet Brokerlyne.

Then came Tuesday, named after the actress, Tuesday Weld, who apparently knows all there is to know about arc welding.

Then came Wednesday, named after the Norse God, Wooden, the patron Saint of carpenters, joiners, and flat pack furniture engineers.

Then came Thursday, named after the Norse God, Thor, the lisping God Of Pain and Suffering, as in, by the cringe that broken bone is Thor.

Then came Friday, named from the Norse Goddess Freia, the patron Saint of chip pans.

Saturday came next, the day devoted to the God Satonisarse, who apparently was a big fan of football and of gettin leathered down the boozer of a Satdee Neet. (Much revered in the North East to this day by certain occultist groups, such as the Toonarmi.)

Sunday was named by Briton, William Ratcliffe, after the sun, which hardly anyone in Britain ever sees unless they're on holiday somewhere else. Sunday is often called the Sabbath by schoolchildren, as it's a bath night.

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Posted: 24 May 12 18:38
God created the world in seven days so it's obvious the first day was Monday because the seventh is the Sabbath and I'm not even religious, but God was!

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Posted: 24 May 12 20:53
I've often wondered when a car would be one car but the same car double parked at two different places at the same time. How many bits would need to be removed then placed on double yellow lines across the road before it would be the same car double parked in two different places at the same time?

I've been out in the sun today.

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Posted: 24 May 12 21:06
Ah, that's an ancient conundrum, TT, and a very profound spiritual exercise.

You can apply it to any thing.

What is a thing?

How much of it can you take away before it is no longer the thing?

Is it ever the thing at all?

Yes, in a practical, everyday kind of experience, of course it is.

But absolutely? Maybe not.

What is this 'God' to which JO alludes?

Is 'God' perhaps all that is not a thing?

I think Spinoza spoke of these things. I don't know, I'm an ill-educated kind of fucker.

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Posted: 29 May 12 18:17
If everything is nothing that means that there is a God as far as Spinoza goes.

Didn't Popeye eat that?

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Posted: 29 May 12 21:43
Surely not 'a' God?

Or 'the' God?

God's a word.

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Posted: 29 May 12 23:34
Dont mess with the Jews, If you live in fear of God. When we get there, you do not want to be standing in a line of people that are saying; "I knew all along they were right"


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