Junior Ganymede
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How not to end a career as a messiah

July 29th, 2009 by GST

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July 29th, 2009 15:12:29

July 29, 2009

I wonder if I started a breakoff sect if I could get myself a following of people that could be described as “few but devout”.

I kind of doubt it.

July 29, 2009

Not to be confused with his great-great grandnephew, Harry Potter, who also had a type of Messiah-complex.

Adam G.
July 29, 2009

I got this idea for a cult where my followers are fanatically devoted but still use normal grooming practices. I’m copyrighting it, so if y’all want to be cult leaders, plug your noses.

July 29, 2009

I suddenly appreciate all my mission companions much more than ten minutes ago.

And remember, as some teach us repeatedly, Arnold Potter and Brigham Young were both equally significant and respectable leaders of the Restoration.

July 29, 2009

“The time has come for me to ascend into heaven. Goodbye… AHHHHHHhhhhhhh…”


“Wow, that’s disappointing. But at least I can take off this big black robe now and you can start wearing deodorant again.”

July 29, 2009

I think the Sithism breakoff from Jediism has followers that can be described as “few but devout”, if by “few” you mean “one.” Always two there are; a master and an apprentice.

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