Nebraska Court Ackowledges God's Existence


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Funny story Basically by saying tht the suit cannot proceed because God was not properly served with a summons, the court has established a legal precident of God's existance in Nebraska.


Can of:
KA-BOOM!!!

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David Fryer wrote:
Funny story Basically by saying tht the suit cannot proceed because God was not properly served with a summons, the court has established a legal precident of God's existance in Nebraska.

See I was going to not post that here.:)

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Oh come on, there is no way this could go bad.

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David Fryer wrote:
Oh come on, there is no way this could go bad.

Can I GODWIN yet?


why not. Nazis did it

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It is never too ealy for Godwin.

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David Fryer wrote:
Funny story Basically by saying tht the suit cannot proceed because God was not properly served with a summons, the court has established a legal precident of God's existance in Nebraska.

But not his Omnipresence-ness apparently.

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seekerofshadowlight wrote:
why not. Nazis did it

You know who else would say that?

Spoiler:

EXPLOSIVE RUNES!


or to late. It's just classic

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Guy Humual wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Funny story Basically by saying tht the suit cannot proceed because God was not properly served with a summons, the court has established a legal precident of God's existance in Nebraska.
But not his Omnipresence-ness apparently.

True. Maybe Nebraska's laws are stricter about being served then other states. In Utah, if you can prove you can't get in touch with the person, they file a public notice in the newspaper and the person is considered served.

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David Fryer wrote:
Guy Humual wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Funny story Basically by saying tht the suit cannot proceed because God was not properly served with a summons, the court has established a legal precident of God's existance in Nebraska.
But not his Omnipresence-ness apparently.
True. Maybe Nebraska's laws are stricter about being served then other states. In Utah, if you can prove you can't get in touch with the person, they file a public notice in the newspaper and the person is considered served.

In California, you need to assemble a group of not less than 4 youths, perform a public dance, and call out the party for failing to dance as well. Then, and only then, can one be served.

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SNOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!


So Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy exist too? What about my imaginary friends? Now I can finally establish their existence by suing them in a court of law. Yes!

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Urizen wrote:
So Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy exist too? What about my imaginary friends? Now I can finally establish their existence by suing them in a court of law. Yes!

Only if the judge rules you failed to provide a proper address. I'm filing agains Seoni right now.


I'm filing an injunction in SoCal against Sebastian's alleged sockpuppets.

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Urizen wrote:
I'm filing an injunction in SoCal against Sebastian's alleged sockpuppets.

Oh no you didn't. Because me and my posse will bring it.


Sebastian wrote:
Urizen wrote:
I'm filing an injunction in SoCal against Sebastian's alleged sockpuppets.
Oh no you didn't. Because me and my posse will bring it.

Yeah damn G!


Sebastian wrote:
Urizen wrote:
I'm filing an injunction in SoCal against Sebastian's alleged sockpuppets.
Oh no you didn't. Because me and my posse will bring it.

My David to your Goliath. It has to start somewhere. Now to start typing out my writ.

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Urizen wrote:
So Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy exist too? What about my imaginary friends? Now I can finally establish their existence by suing them in a court of law. Yes!

Well Saint Nick died a long time but I suppose you can drop the writ off at his grave sight in Amarna.

The easter Bunny, well he tasted good in the stew last week.

tooth fairy I have no clue maybe ask the Rock.

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Mmmmmmm....rabbit stew.

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David Fryer wrote:
Funny story Basically by saying tht the suit cannot proceed because God was not properly served with a summons, the court has established a legal precident of God's existance in Nebraska.

Would you not serve his legal representative if he refuses to show?


Isn't that the same legal strategy they used in a Miracle on 34th Street?


Aberzombie wrote:
Mmmmmmm....rabbit stew.

FLAGGED

I find that so ofensive.

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Xabulba wrote:
Isn't that the same legal strategy they used in a Miracle on 34th Street?

Not quite.


Yeah, it's a shame. In Miracle on 34th street, they should have just relied on the historical record that showed St Nicholas was the bishop of Myra in the fourth century.


Yes, Virginia, there was a Santa Claus.

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CourtFool wrote:
Yes, Virginia, there was a Santa Claus.

Yes, there was.


Pshaw. You people don't know how the whole sainthood thing works.


Well lawyers have been proving I exist for centuries, so it's about time.

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Urizen wrote:
So Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy exist too? What about my imaginary friends? Now I can finally establish their existence by suing them in a court of law. Yes!

OK, you sue them, I'll sue the teapot.

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