Box of Death Questions

Flight to Destiny

(02/14/2003)
You are travelling in a plane with, of all people, Pope John Paul II, Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa and John F. Kennedy (Note: this is not a historically accurate question!). Your best friend is piloting the plane. Suddenly, probably because your best friend actually has no idea how to fly a plane, he/she loses control and the plane starts to descend rather less quickly than it should if anyone wants to survive impact with the rapidly approaching ground. There are 6 people in the plane and only 5 parachutes. For some reason, you are appointed as the person to decide who must exit the plane without a parachute. So, who will die - Pope John Paul II, Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa, John F. Kennedy, your best friend, or you? Bear in mind that, whoever it is who dies, all that they have done throughout their life, good or bad, will be undone. Would you sacrifice your best friend... or yourself, if it means that the other good people survive?
RE: For the greater good
i just thought of something. there was once an episode of star trec where they almost changed history. if they didn't "unchange it" everything that existed as it did would not anymore. what would this do to history?
(May 12, 2003 ~ 7:45 PM)
By mary j

RE: Pope picked
:)
(March 15, 2003 ~ 12:15 PM)
By mary j

RE: Pope picked
maybe this imaginary dog could do something for his country. bite baby bush in the butt.
(March 15, 2003 ~ 12:15 PM)
By mary j

RE: Pope picked
with friends like that you don't need enimies.
(March 15, 2003 ~ 12:12 PM)
By mary j

RE: Pope picked
LOL Just like the "flying Nun" hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaOr: you might say he's "winging it" :)))))))))))))))))))))))))
(February 28, 2003 ~ 11:44 PM)
By Carl StrangeLifeForm

RE: Pope picked
LOL It was my..."imaginary".... doggie ;)

* He was real to me though

* And, he ate imaginary food.. ...pretty cool huh?
(February 28, 2003 ~ 11:38 PM)
By Carl StrangeLifeForm

RE: leader of the pedefiles can try his luck without a chute
Amen sista! (No nun...I mean PUN intended)
(February 25, 2003 ~ 12:42 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: Pope picked
let the pope jump out without a chute. maybe an angel will catch him.
(February 24, 2003 ~ 9:40 AM)
By mary j

RE: Pope picked
Your family dog, BARF?

So Barf had Diarrhea?

That's just too much! *LOL*
(February 23, 2003 ~ 7:14 AM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: Easy
i think the maybe there shouldn't even be a pope. or get someone who will do the job. never mind latain--get rid of perverts and those that harbor them. the catholic church owns gobs of realestate all over the world. i would not pay a penny of support them. let them start cleaning up.
(February 18, 2003 ~ 1:16 PM)
By mary j

RE: Oh dear!
Well, my guess would be Mother Teresa would sacrifice herself. But the people who often are willing to make such a sacrifice don't deserve to die. Can I change my answer to I would step up, unless it was the pope who volunteered?
(February 18, 2003 ~ 1:11 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: Easy
Exactly---I don't think the guy is doing his job. I can speak in Latin and wear a big hat...I think there should be more to the job description than that.
(February 17, 2003 ~ 8:03 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: Easy
power? i think they have a lot of nerve. with all the pedifiles that the harbor i am ashamed to say i was brought up to be one. the pope infallible? if so he would have kicked these creepy perverts out of the church by now.
(February 17, 2003 ~ 8:03 AM)
By mary j

RE: Easy
but mother t. was so selfless. she should be a saint.
(February 17, 2003 ~ 8:01 AM)
By mary j

RE: Easy
I understand that it might make me horrible, but I'd go for the Pope. The Catholic church has too much power.
(February 16, 2003 ~ 3:04 PM)
By Leanne Enck
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