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Thu, Sep 29 2005 400 The Interview (excerpts)
"Did you prove Evolution Theory?"
"What do you mean by that"
"Did you say you have proven the Theory of Evolution?"
"I did not"
"What do you think of Evolution Theory"
"I think it is correct"

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"Did you claim that you are an Angel?"
"Yes I did"
"And what did you mean by that?"
"That I am good natured, at heart, more than most people"

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"Did you say that you will jump into Shira's grave"
"Yes, I did"
"Do you want Shira dead?"
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I was in shock.
It had not occurred to me until this very
second that this is what this statement means
to the unfamiliar ear: A murder-suicide combo.
Luckily, I wasn't panicking just yet.
My mind was racing with associative memories
and I found out I had some kudos points on my side:
1. It has yet to be documented in human history
that such fatherly extremety will be expressed
by a non-biological with no past history
of events remotely similar.
2. The official other side does indeed have such a history,
at least to a degree. then again, this is knowledge
worth protecting at high cost.
3. I have the upper hand to a Bargouti safety level,
and have yet to answer.
The phone will not be let go as long as I don't,
and more so if I fail this test.
4. I can easily pretend not being aware of my having the upper hand.
5. My mind is racing at uncontrollable speed,
immeasurably faster than ever before, with a good reason:
my smarts and knowledge are amplified by
my mental state in the past 12 hours,
the adrenaline rush of the past 20 minutes,
and the much bigger rush this last
fear provoking question created.

I am confident that my judgment is unaffected,
except that I am well aware of the fact that my
speaking in un-understood metaphors scares
everybody shitless, placing me in extreme danger.
My speech, as well as selection of means of expression,
are totally out of control.
It is imperative that this is as unnoticeable as possible
in this conversation
and especially in the answer to this last question,
which is now due - it has already been about a second
and a half to process all these new thoughts:
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"In about 80 years, sure, is there a problem with that?"