From: Mike Lorrey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 07 2002 - 20:56:14 MST
animated silicon love doll wrote:
> 2002.02.05 19:35:57, Damien Broderick <email@example.com> wrote:
> >S/he's *not* ahead. That's the whole point. I've suggested a way to
> >demonstrate to us all that `sex magick' works; that it can bring about
> >objective changes to the world that can't be achieved by customary means.
> >Chesh declined the challenge. That isn't any way to be `ahead'; that's just
> >a way to cover your arse (and with the emperor's new undies, at that).
> I'm not ahead, true. I'm quitting before I'm too far behind.
> (Oddly enough, Damien, a friend of mine decided that ze's going to try and win the lottery,
> the day after you challenged me. The really ironic thing is that neither of us expect it to
> work; that would be doing something extremely practical and useful, which magick is
> notoriously bad at.)
Ain't that the truth? If magic actually accomplished useful things, it
would, of course, be a science that was respected and taught in major
university science and engineering departments. I guess magic stopped
doing practical things back around the time of Stonehenge...
> >or follow Mike Lorrey's hint and send *him* the winning numbers. That way
> >you keep your hands clean of wrongful gain, and Mike will be able to fund a
> >starship using equally mysterious principles. :)
> Do I get a place on the starship?
I'm sure a place could be found, provided you don't mind being
The primary (and only practical) accomplishment of sex magic is that it
gets you laid....
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