> I'm in need of tremendous help with equivocation, something at which
> you are an expert, seeing as to how that it is that you know goddam
> nearly everything.
> You, of course are immortal. It sort of goes along with the
> omniscience, and you wisely avoided the omnipotence that curses God.
> (The curse, as you already know, is the Problem of Evil: "If God's so
> omnipotent, as well as omniscient, then why is there Evil? Surely God's
> not incompetent to get rid of it? Surely He knows it's there?") Anyway,
> you don't have that problem, but have others instead, such as stupid
> supplicants (me) and stupid incarnations (the Episcopalian Troll, and
> the Stupid Toothbrush Guy, for example).
> Anyway, anyway, MY problem right now is the 750-word paper on The
> Immortal Soul. The professor spelled it The Immortal Sole on the
> handout, so I'm going to stick with that equivocal spelling. (Heh-heh!)
> That brings us to my strange request...
> You, as an immortal, have immortal feet. They, in turn, have immortal
> soles. Please tell me about them.