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September 13, 2007


Anonymous Coward

Much as I would like to believe that god is rambling about the information superhighway and we are all living in my cyberpunk fantasy world, it seems more likely that someone at Sitemeter has discovered your blog.

You probably already realized that.

Which makes this comment not only superfluous, but actively not funny.

I'm going to stop writing now.


Why the hell would God disable Javascript? :-)


Actually, Anonymous Coward, I happen to have some major inside info that 1) God uses Qwest as his ISP, and 2) He was waiting to jump on the iPhone iTrain once Apple dropped the price. That's probably when He first stopped by, back when md was all on about that nonsense.

I'm just happy to find out He uses Firefox. I've been telling my mom to stop using Safari already; this will finally convince her, I think...


... And yet, when you click on God, the page cannot be found. I'm not sure I'm liking this unilateral dynamic with the deity.

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