"Teleconferencing with the dead"

From: "nikolai kingsley" <nikolai@broadway.net.au>

Date: Sat, Apr 24, 2004 7:45 AM

> Seriously though, this is where you lose me. I wouldn't say it's
> impossible to teleconference with the dead, but I think it's highly
> unlikely.

it's easy! you make it up as you go along.

"Channeling is just bad ventriloquism.
You use another voice, but people can see your lips moving."
- Penn Jillette


From: "Rev. Ivan Stang" <stang@subgeniusNOSPUM.com>

Or you pay somebody else to make it up as THEY go along. That way, at
least you know that YOU'RE not just making it up. Wouldn't want to be
kidding yourself about something like that.



Subject: Re: "Teleconferencing with the dead"
From: hellpopehuey@subgenius.com (HellPopeHuey)

That IS what people send you that $30 for, ain't it? or go to a
Devival for? To have someone more weird, talented and/or just plain
fucking SICK SICK SICK make it up FOR them? Hey, that defines our
political system as well: "Sir, please take my money and then tell me
what to think!"

My PERSONAL problem, however, is never having found anyone I COULD
pay to tell me what I really think. I hand over the money, give them
the raw data, their HEAD EXPLODES under the load and then I just take
my money from the dead body before the squad arrives, as well as
whatever cash they had on them when I walked in. Its an amusing way to
make a little extra scratch once in a while, but I'm no better off
spiritually for all that effort and some of the stains you get from
bursting crania just plain won't come out. I didn't make that up as I
went along either, its true. Oh poo.


HellPope Huey
So round, so firm, so fully cracked

"Therapy is an expensive form of whining."
- "Joan of Arcadia"

"If only one gets out, its a victory."
- "Von Ryan's Express"

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