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  1. Oh please.

    If the Internet can get a "soul," what's so special about them?

    Happy I am without one.

  2. Lady Janus
    i have 2 questions i would like to ask u...the answer to both i recognize are absolutely none of my business...What do u think differentiates u from the dog or the cat? and what do u think happens to us when we die?

  3. You're not on Twitter, so would you mind canning the l33tsp34k, please?

    Other than the fact that we are different species, I have no idea what you mean by the first question and I won't care what "happens" after I die so I don't understand the point of the second question.

    What are you driving at?

  4. Wonderful encouragement from the Holy Father. Giving the internet a soul! In this case,"soul" is used metaphorically, as that which gives sustenance and enlivens,transmitting good ideas to others. Ever hear of Soul Music?

  5. Cristina, as far as I'm concerned, until I understand precisely what is meant by the word as it pertains to me, "soul" is always used metaphorically. That does not mean that I understand -- or even like -- the metaphor. I'm not a fan of "soul music," ferinstance.


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