SurveyIf a stranger offered you $1,000,000 USD for your soul, you'd take the deal
      – BorgClown, 2008-09-04 at 15:08:32   (24 comments)

On 2008-09-04 at 15:09:41, Lee J Haywood wrote...
How would you prove that you'd given it though?
On 2008-09-04 at 15:09:41, BorgClown wrote...
A million USD is not that much these days, but free money is always welcome.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:10:00, BorgClown wrote...
A standard notarized contract.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:12:06, Lee J Haywood wrote...
But if you wanted it back they could just claim they'd already given it to you and you'd have no way to prove them wrong.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:15:09, BorgClown wrote...
Hey, ripping the contract works on TV. Good enough for me. Maybe someone more spiritual would be uneasy though.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:16:13, BorgClown wrote...
Voodoo believers really think that your soul can be stolen and saved in a clay jar. I guess the contract has to be very specific on each case.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:16:57, Lee J Haywood wrote...
You've read the dollar for your soul story, right? I thought you were going to draw a new picture for today? There oughta be some limit on how many images you can use in one topic in one day. (-:
On 2008-09-04 at 15:20:20, BorgClown wrote...
Oh no, that kind of limit would nullify our awesome avatar Rolodex. And I really wanted to pimp up another old avatar, maybe the next one.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:21:34, BorgClown wrote...
Was the "dollar for your soul" story a social experiment where people were offered money IRL for their soul? IIRC, many agreed.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:23:57, Lee J Haywood wrote...
It's just a short story - it's on my bookmarks page... http://discussionator.exofire.net/bookmarks.html#Fiction
On 2008-09-04 at 15:42:12, Patofeo wrote...
without hesitation
On 2008-09-04 at 15:44:26, BorgClown wrote...
That was an amusing story, haven't read it before. I paste here the URL for the late comers: http://www.museumofconceptualart.com/stories/dollar4soul.html
On 2008-09-04 at 15:45:53, BorgClown wrote...
George wasn't so smart after all. I expected better of that character.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:48:50, Lee J Haywood wrote...
Those Sam Hughes stories are really good - especially the Ed stories, but pretty much all of the ones about time travel.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:51:05, BorgClown wrote...
I'll be sure to read more of him. I'll learn his style an they say "great minds think alike".
On 2008-09-04 at 15:57:06, Thewrit wrote...
id make him raise the offer.
On 2008-09-04 at 15:58:00, Lee J Haywood wrote...
@BorgClown: They're mostly quite short, so you can read one at a time (although I found myself going onto the next one right away, as they were pretty compelling).
On 2008-09-05 at 15:27:03, Saywhat wrote...
Would God offer me $1000.001 for my soul as a counter offer? I've been told that's kinda like the lottery, you have to play to win, and I am not a player in that game - so yah, give me the money.
On 2008-09-05 at 17:11:45, BorgClown wrote...
@Saywhat: What a cheap God, he offers you a thousandth of the value plus one thousandth of a cent. What a joke!
On 2008-09-06 at 09:25:04, Matzevolt wrote...
There is no such thing as a soul so... let him have the soul, I'd take the money.
On 2008-09-07 at 19:22:00, Scarletxstarlet wrote...
I wouldn't want to get sued for not delivering the product, so I couldn't do that.
On 2008-09-09 at 00:04:37, Bensci wrote...
The funny thing is that only 30% of Americans would give up TV for the same amount of money.
On 2008-09-09 at 08:08:03, Lee J Haywood wrote...
I wonder how much money it would take for them to give up god? (-:
On 2008-09-09 at 16:10:59, BorgClown wrote...
A lot less. You can confess and be forgiven after depositing the money on your account.