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Einstein’s post modern theories of God did not impress Schrodinger’s cat, who being a secular humanist, found praying to God akin to a child talking to his imaginary friend (not unlike a certain physicists tendency to talk his cat) and the cagey feline felt this was a big waste of time when you could spend time in more useful pursuits such as licking yourself in some nice sunny spot on the carpet.
Chad’s hope that he had finally met a perfectly normal girl dissolved when her imaginary friend Katherine told him he should burn his gay little shirt or come out of the closet.
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