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Re: I See A Big Paradox...

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Posted by Beelzebub X on December 9, 1999 17:17:32 UTC

: : : : :Earl here :-) There are no children in hell.

: : : : Beelzebub: : : : : Are you blind? Look around...you are in Hell!

: : : ***Yes, but it is a limited hell, and we have the power to change it!

: : Beelzebub: : : Yes, but it is the ONLY hell! : : Hmmm...do we have the power to change it? I fear there is a big problem............

: ***The problems are overwhelming to such a young species of intelligence as we are, still so much instinct/unknowns, no wonder we cling to seeming truths of the past even while we know so vast a knowledge of our surroundings. What is the version of hell you refer too? Simular? Why don't you post yourself formally so that we know where everyone stands currently (an also repost when a slight/major change/shift has occured in your thinking about important issues to you.) : Free country?

Beelzebub: I meant there is a general logical problem. That's why we can perhaps never change this bloody hell...LOL...although we could theoretically! What version of hell? The only real hell - the hell on earth! What do you mean by: "post yourself formally" and "free country"?

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