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October 30, 2008

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Adam P.

I saw an article on a guy who tried to sue God. The court ended his futile efforts early because he could not "serve" God. The guy made a pretty clever argument though:

If the Court recognizes there IS a God, then the Court recognizes that God has deity powers (God is omniscient or knows everything) and if God knows everything, then he certainly knows of this suit and thereby, service is proper because the party is put on notice.

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