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What sort of magic feat would YOU do...if you could?--Al
-- Al Schroeder (email@example.com), April 26, 2000
I would cure AIDS and make it retroactive so that everyone who is currently suffering would be well again.
-- Bev Sykes (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 26, 2000.
Oh man, I would go for broke. I would see that all people, world over would be accepting without prejudice of each other. Not tolerant, tolerant is a bad word for me as in, "can you tolerate this medicine ?" "Intolerable treatment." Tolerant always implies some one suffering something under adverse conditions. Magic ? Miraculous ? Even the Diety couldn't get hard headed people to get the point. But If I could, I would .............................
-- Denver doug (email@example.com), April 27, 2000.
I have a son with a disability and the first thing that comes to mind would be to give him a healthy body, but then I think would he be the same sweet soul? Tolerant of all, loving and kind without this little twist in his spine (of my, that rhymed, not intended)? Wouldn't it be fair to him however to give him the chance to run with the rest? To be free of his braces? No surgeries, no staying in the hospital, but would he be the same little fella I love? I'm sure I'd love him, but I know there is something VERY special in store for his life , he's so charasmatic and true... hmmm. There are all sorts of things I'd like to do to help the world as a whole, the possibilties are endless, where to start would be the question, but would eutopia be truely wonderful? I dunno, I have to believe in a greater plan than my own and that all things happen for a reason so who am I to mess with it? Then again, I think we'd win the lottery or something so we could help others in some way though. Interesting little things, like adopting a needy family without them knowing... we used to have a family with their tenth child on the way in our church, it was always fun to doorbell ditch several bags of groceries on their porch. We could do that on a more grnad scale. Certainly their are contributions to charities I would like to make, or charities that I would like to start. I'd sponser wishes for children. But the grand scale stuff, I think I'd better leave that up to God, in His time.
-- Glenna B. Yarnot (glennaB@home.com), April 27, 2000.
Unlike all you liars (I'd go for peace, tolerance, bla bla fuckin bla) I would magically appear myself some money, and some ho's.
-- J.i.g.z.z.z.z (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 22, 2001.