Posts Tagged ‘alice fraser

12
Feb
20

Ornamental book special

More tangibly real than a digital copy of a real book. Create your own story within one of our beautiful covers in every color of an extremely dour rainbow. Ever wish you were Charles Darwin in another life, his actual life or perhaps the life of someone else that thought they were Charles Darwin in another version of someone else’s life, perhaps Charles Darwin as he was before the original strand of RNA found a window from which to bring life into existence. You too can own and/or write Dante’s Inferno and choose your friends/enemies to include in their very own circle of hell and/or purgatory and/or whatever was in the third book, trilogies not included.

This offer is not available to subscribers to intelligent design, these books literally cannot be burnt.

11
Feb
20

Sin

We, the sellers of “sin stocks”, the military industrial pharmaceutical complex, the purveyors of guns, sex, money, and/or drugs invite you to share the profit from the reluctance of the majority to be associated with “sin” by entering the market for the time-sharing of sins. Following the successful incorporation of sin with an objectively artificially limited useful life, sin has now become forgiven, unfashionable, and/or no longer able to send you to hell, after and/or before consumption.

A sin shared is a sin after all halved and half a sin halved again has the exponential potential to become barely a sin at all. We are also offering fractional ownership of slightly less sinful sins; fringe sins for the discerning, hipster style sinner. The infinite scalability of the gravity of sins allows us to exchange a trendy small white sin for as little as the flavour of your salt and/or some of the luminescence beneath your bushel. Cross your own private Rubicon within your limited lifetime and in we will throw, (and for free) the sin of omission: “Thou shalt not kill but needst not strive, officiously, to keep another alive”.

Addendum: Mortal sins such as the aforementioned killing are not yet for public consumption as the destruction of the grace of God in the heart of the sinner is absolutely absolute and as such mortal sin is really only safe for corporations.