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Myq Kaplan, an avowed vegan, does/should not enjoy Krispie Kreme donuts. (They contain eggs and milk products.) Therefore, Myq Kaplan has to be the devil.Myq Kaplan.Anti-Christ.Myq Kaplantichrist.
Satan.Answers.Satanswers.First, I don't believe the devil and the Anti-Christ are the same.I imagine they're buddies, like Santa and Jesus are.Or are they father and son, like Santa and Jesus are?Either way, I enjoyed Krispie Kremes before becoming a vegan.And I doubt the devil would be a vegan. I'm pretty sure the policies on torture would conflict.So I'd say the devil is actually the Anti-Vegan.I'm back on the side of the good!And the odd.Good.Odd.Goodd.
But YOU wrote:"Anti-Chrispie Kreme...(One would have to be the devil to not enjoy Krispie Kreme.)"- thereby equating "anti-Christ" and "devil" at least as much as I did. Take that, first point.DevilIllogicalDevillogical
Satan.Tangent.Satangent.So, the Anagramerican is revealed as fellow word-lover MC Mr. Napkins!Napkins.Kinship.Napkinship.Why can we not both be on the side of the angels?Angel.Jealousy.Angealousy.Though, if one takes into account that Lucifer is an angel as well, albeit a fallen one, then one is always by definition on the side of at least one angel.One.Angel.Onegel.But back to the point at hand, and why the vagueness and confusion point to my being on the side of the plural angels...Because vagueness and confusion themselves are most often found in the arsenal of heaven, are they not?God works in mysterious ways.We cannot fully know or understand him or his plan.Heaven.Venn diagram.Heavenn diagram.Whereas the devil is most often crystal clear and up front about his terms.Sign away your soul, get something for it.Thus, I cannot be the devil.I'm not even trying to get you to sign anything.Now, if you would kindly sign off on this argument...