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U719056 - the new, zero backlog werekitty.
I can be online as often as I used to be, but not for as long. So the /massive/ backlog takes way too long to unsubscribe from and sort out (teach me for subscribing to /everything/....
I'm really sorry I haven't been on for so long and so sporadically.
And I'm not ignoring you Ralph smiley - hugsmiley - cuddle
Congratulations on the Terranic Army rulership Creachy *wonders how he managed /that/*
And big smiley - hug for everyone else.

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Latest reply: May 6, 2004

Snuff It... Issue One

smiley - laugh(www.churchofeuthanasia.org/)


Snuff It #1


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Welcome
Greetings, dear reader, and welcome to the first issue of Snuff It, the quarterly magazine of the Church of Euthanasia. Just in case you're not already a member of the church, I'll take this opportunity to explain our theology. The church has four core principles, or "pillars", and they are (drum roll please) suicide, abortion, cannibalism, and sodomy. Now, you may ask yourself, why do we support these things? What do they all have in common? Yes, of course they're all good fun, but the real answer is that they all help reduce the population.

An article that appeared in the Boston Globe on March 5 revealed that the world's population, currently 5.7 billion, will reach 8 billion by the year 2020. Undersecretary of state Timothy Wirth was quoted as saying that two billion people don't get enough to eat, and another 500 million go to bed hungry. "Over the next 35 to 40 years, we need to triple the amount of food in the world," Wirth said. "But there's no more arable land, and the water supply isn't growing."

The scientific consensus is that if the world's population continues to increase at its current rate, and if the industrial nations, particularly the United States, continue to blindly exhaust and pollute the planet to feed their limitless economic growth, the Earth's ecosystem will gradually collapse, causing famine, disease and war on an unimaginable scale. With these prospects, suicide will become an increasingly sane, heroic, and even fashionable alternative.

Since Americans consume and pollute so much more than everyone else, it seems logical that we should be the first to go. Every imaginable resource is extracted from the Earth by slave labor, and transported to our shopping malls so that we can live in luxury. Our media provides us with constant diversion, while insulating us from any responsibility for our ecosystem. We are thoroughly indoctrinated and believe we are highly civilized. Apparently we measure civilization by how far away we can transport our dung. Why do we hate our dung so?

In an earlier period of history many of us feared our species would be destroyed by nuclear war. In 1948, a zoologist named Fairfield Osborn correctly predicted that the primary threat to our species was topsoil depletion. He calculated that two and one-half acres of average topsoil are required to sustain one human, and further observed that if our planet's less than four billion acres of topsoil were divided by our population of two billion at most two acres were available.

In the subsequent period we have permitted our population to more than double. Our rate of topsoil erosion continues to increase, and we are rapidly contaminating what remains with toxic chemicals. Already entire nations have become uninhabitable deserts. Their populations flee, or are left kill each other and die of starvation, as recent events in Somalia and Ethiopia illustrate. It is truly ironic that the earliest known human remains have been discovered in Ethiopia. To look at Ethiopia today is to look at our future. Our species faces extinction.

What, dear reader, can YOU do? Well, first of all, you can KEEP READING, and second, you can JOIN the Church of Euthanasia! Be part of the solution! Write to us! Send us articles! Send us MONEY! Until next time...

SNUFF IT is the quarterly publication of the Church of Euthanasia, a not-for-profit corporation chartered in the state of Delaware. Box 261, Somerville, MA 02143. Editor: Chris Korda.

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Latest reply: Apr 1, 2004

Shunned

An advert for the Creation Station in business language (with lots of shun noises).

We are the creation station of the revolution solution, a fusion of the contusion of confusion. This citation's creation's original situation was the confusion station of the creation station. Your contention is over comprehension or your tongue's contusions. Am I right or what?


(BEWARE BEWARE the gerbil cried
As the moth shied from the heat of the flame
For those too beautiful are doomed to die
So no mortal will know your name)

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Latest reply: Mar 14, 2004

How did you find H2G2?

How did everyone find this website?
I'd like to do a guide entry on everyone's stories.

I used to stay late a lot in the art department during my GCSEs.. and there was another girl in upper sixth form who also stayed late. Naturally those two years meant we were worlds apart, but after a good few months we ended up chatting after I complemented her painting. Then she introduced me to H2G2. I don't think I've ever met any of her online buddies. But her name was Insane Endeavor - U113604.

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Latest reply: Jan 3, 2004

badger badger badger

http://moose.cc/badger/badger.swf

smiley - laugh

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