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(NBC News)   Stephen Hawking visits stem cell lab because genetically engineered henchmen aren't going to create themselves   ( divider line
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2013-04-10 07:09:34 PM  
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Whodat: I believe that we will find out that Hawking is actually simply a meat puppet and all of his theories etc. actually come from a cabal of scientists who use his speech generator to propose their ideas.

\\how's that for a conspiracy!!??
2013-04-10 10:42:01 AM  
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Gabrielmot: CSB time

A few weeks back, it was a friend of mine's birthday, so we got together and bought tickets to see Stephen Hawking for his present.

Well, for whatever reason, Stephen Hawking couldn't make the show (it was supposed to have a live question/answer session and my friend is a huge fan of his and has a Physics degree). The venue said instead that they were going to show a prerecorded video of him instead (tickets cost us $75 per person for bad seats).

So, we tried to get a refund (no luck), then tried to do a chargeback (no luck).

So, Stephen Hawkings screwed us out of $225.

end CSB

Obviously, he had  devoted himself to study the other great mystery of the universe:

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