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EXM 56
Mortal and Immortal

7 April 1992

Copyright (C) 1992 A Voice of the Free Zone (Electra)
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If you are prone to reading things and then getting violently ill and curling up in a ball and dying, then I would skip this section. On the other hand if you enjoy heart attacks, then by all means run the following with a serious eye towards OT.

You can take any two terminal pairs and run them against each other.

For example, Mortal and Immortal.

A Mortal by the way, is an Immortal who thinks he is Mortal.

'What have you done as an Immortal to an Immortal?'

'What have you done as an Immortal to a Mortal?'

'What have you done as a Mortal to an Immortal?'

'What have you done as a Mortal to a Mortal?'

If you must run dedex's and motivators,

'What has an Immortal done to you as an Immortal?'

'What has a Mortal done to you as an Immortal?

'What has an Immortal done to you as a Mortal?'

'What has a Mortal done to you as a Mortal?

I can just hear someone going 'Well yap yap yap, how can I run what I have done as an Immortal, I have never been an Immortal, I have always been a Mortal, and just once at that, yap yap yap...'

Yeah well, we do wonder why.

Perhaps you should get them into something lighter like,

'Do birds fly?'

'Do fish swim?'

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