"Kevin" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > So Elijah goes to the mountain to prove that he can draw fire from > heaven... Isn't Elijah being a bit impulsive since he doesn't know the > consequence of his actions beforehand? Well, actually, no... because > ya see, Elijah is a nature boy who talks to butterflies... but what is > significant about that is... the butterflies talk to Elijah and Elijah > is the only one that the butterflies look up to... So it isn't impulse > that drives Elijah to pursue a given course of action... The > butterflies have driven Elijah to pursue a given course of action... > Yeah, well, butterflies are much more than a little bit annoying to me > personally... but if it is Elijah that you want then the butterflies > are an intercessory to reach him. The thing that I would tell Elijah > is that there could be such a thing as an evil butterfly so you > shouldn't always do what butterflies tell you to do. So could the > butterfly effect be something in which... I may not be the only one? > OK, well, if butterflies have control of your brain, then I really > don't want to talk to you since I sincerely don't have the patience > for your nonsense. So now we can come to a conclusion to the > butterflies greatest apparent concern which is... How does God create > Lucifer if God is good? Well, there is no such thing as evil in > Elijah's world... Elijah can't create Lucifer or anything else that > turns out to be evil... Ya might say that Buddha and Elijah are one > and the same... So ya say that the butterfly causes the hurricane? Uh, > well, ironically, butterflies are much more powerful than hurricanes > since they control the brains of our entire judicial branch of > government. Surprizingly, Elijah is much more relevant than I ever > would have thought possible. Elijah controls access to God... and God > obviously needs Elijah... Elijah is indispensible for his role is > protecting all of us from the terror of the butterflies.