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strategist01
May 17th, 2009, 01:54 PM
Ok, so I know that this is a parody religion and all, but I have one question to ask about the afterlife. Don't tell me that you live on in google's eternal cache, because i know that.

What bothers me is that to live on, you have to have a blog, or somewhere you write down your opinions, etc. If you don't do this, you are condemned to a "hell" of sorts, am I right?

But what about babies, who have no way of actually typing sentences, less using the web? And about people who don't have access to an internet connection, or about people who can't type, because of either a physical or mental disability? What happens to them?

Thanks for your replies.

sudikics
May 17th, 2009, 02:42 PM
Ok, so I know that this is a parody religion and all, but I have one question to ask about the afterlife. Don't tell me that you live on in google's eternal cache, because i know that.

What bothers me is that to live on, you have to have a blog, or somewhere you write down your opinions, etc. If you don't do this, you are condemned to a "hell" of sorts, am I right?

But what about babies, who have no way of actually typing sentences, less using the web? And about people who don't have access to an internet connection, or about people who can't type, because of either a physical or mental disability? What happens to them?

Thanks for your replies.
I wouldn't say that you're condemned to "hell". Damnation is not a part of Googlism. You simply have not recorded yourself for posterity's sake on the internet. You will be remembered, however, by those around you who love you. The same goes for babies.

Good question. I surprised this one hasn't every come up.

Tsar Phalanxia
May 17th, 2009, 04:32 PM
Hopefully, you'll live in on in your actions and what you did to help people around you.

strategist01
May 17th, 2009, 06:15 PM
I wouldn't say that you're condemned to "hell". Damnation is not a part of Googlism. You simply have not recorded yourself for posterity's sake on the internet. You will be remembered, however, by those around you who love you. The same goes for babies.

Good question. I surprised this one hasn't every come up.

So then we "live on" in the minds of others, in the same way as we would "live on" if we were to write a blog? Hadn't thought of it that way...

sudikics
May 17th, 2009, 09:21 PM
So then we "live on" in the minds of others, in the same way as we would "live on" if we were to write a blog? Hadn't thought of it that way...
Exactly. Human interaction is extremely important.

rzm61
May 18th, 2009, 06:32 PM
People will blog about the babies.
Problem solved.

sam the moderately wize
May 20th, 2009, 10:49 AM
[QUOTE=scikidus;134101]You simply have not recorded yourself for posterity's sake on the internet. You will be remembered, however, by those around you who love you. The same goes for babies.[QUOTE]

Do we as googlists have a duty to record our memories of those who cannot type for themselves in order to grant them entry in to the afterlife?

Should we perhaps post memories here on a special thread or on Google Day?

rzm61
May 20th, 2009, 06:18 PM
Babies have an afterlife. They get turned into fecal matter after they are done being digested.

Mmmmm babies.

Dayve
May 20th, 2009, 08:16 PM
They get left in google limbo with a 56k modem... When they reach 18 takes 5 minutes to load a 4 second porn clip.

Poor bastards.