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    That would for a nominal fee let you rent another person's consciousness, ok? Now we're not talking about implanting fake memories and a fabricated backstory, total recall style, or anything like that. I'm talking about you pay X amount of $$$, you're dead for a day, & you quite literally get the chance to walk a mile in someone else's moccasins. You see what they see, hear what they hear, smell what they smell, think what they think, etc., etc., real time biochemical neurosynaptic responses to real world stimuli and forced perspective exactly matched to those of the person being rented. Just think of the possibilities....one day you could be a pirate, a prince, a prime minister; the next you could be a ballerina, a butcher, or a biochemical engineer student interning at a company that facilitates your renting of another human being's consciousness, for a small nominal fee of course. The question is simple: Would you try it? Become addicted to it?

    It's true you don't have to taste the pie to know that it's sweet, but you do have to taste it to know just how sweet it is.


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    ok?

    whatevah..


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    You'd also be there to watch them poop or sneak away to secretly pleasure themselves to midget animal scat porn.

    Can you pay a fee to remove the memories, too?


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    AzalarHex said:

    You'd also be there to watch them poop or sneak away to secretly pleasure themselves to midget animal scat porn.

    Can you pay a fee to remove the memories, too?

    Game, set, match.


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    Can I be John Malkovich on the day he filmed Being John Malkovich?


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    Tyler-Pennington said:

    Can I be John Malkovich on the day he filmed Being John Malkovich?

    Leave this thread. Leave before you open an interdimensional portal and destroy the fabric of our reality.


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