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6/8/2006 c1 Nemonus again
Your chacters' arrogance (a Sue/Stue, lol) is funny at first but doesn't really exemplify God-the point I saw in this with the concept and the miracles. If he wasn't so apparently conceited and determined to look not only existant but undeniably incredable, it might have worked better, like it did in history. But maybe you meant that and I do not see the point.
6/8/2006 c1 65Nemonus
THIS IS AMAZING. Excellent concept-I love metafiction. Anyway-" If an infinite amount of monkeys on typewriters given infinite amounts of time could produce the works of William Shakespeare, then I would probably only take a few DAYS!”" LOL! Excellent balance between humor and seriousness. I can't read it all now-will review more later-
10/17/2005 c1 4Falkner
Don't you just hate it when the damn characters take on a life of their own? I mean for crying out loud, we as authors are the ones who have worked so hard to create them. Anyway, I don't know if you've read them, but the Dark Tower books by Stephen King kind of address the whole creator/author/character thing. It's only about 600 or so pages longer than what you've written, but we won't go there. I think your short story was hilarious so I'll just leave it at that.
9/4/2005 c1 1Infinite Abyss
That was great! Keep up the good work!
Ah, this is hilarious :D. I've often wondered (foolish as it may seem) if a character has ever actually KNOWN of their own existance and whatnot, even though it's bleeping impossible, but still, one must wonder...

This is a really funny twist on a really old puzzle!
8/21/2005 c1 14aaidenkae
wow. arent i glad that God's not like us humans. *laughs* really makes you think. very well written. i love it. thank you very much, sir.-aaidenkae
7/26/2005 c1 20Pheobe Meryll
Brilliantly done. Sometimes I wonder how tempted God is to press the delete button...! You made a great point here, retaining humor throughout and certainly without any kind of preachiness. Keep it up.
7/24/2005 c1 2temblance
This was great! I loved how you threw in the Mary Sue thing, writing yourself in as the "typical hero". Just as a little note, sometimes you might want to use italics on the words that are in all capitals, because it adds the same emphasis without looking too out of place. Otherwise it was a humorous take on characters and authors. My favorite line was about the "well-manicured hands", although the hair moving contrary to the laws of physics came close. The ending was perfect- a blunt finish after all the frustration.

All in all, a really good piece.

7/20/2005 c1 49Neaera
HA HA! lol... I like this, it's very interesting, and it reminded me of a book called Inkheart. lol... Maybe the guy has a split personality and he blanks out, so he's just answering himself...o.. schitzoness is fun.. lol... but this is really cool, and makes you think kinda;-) Great job!
7/18/2005 c1 9rotted reverie
Wait...hey...oh my...::cracks up into hysterical fits of laughter:: that was brilliant! “Explain THAT!” Haha!Oh, the Alt+Ctrl+Del part was great.
7/17/2005 c1 40The Sleepy Poet
That was rather humorous. It flowed well, and I liked the ways you tried to proved the authorship. It made me giggle.
7/17/2005 c1 6SilentBlueRose
Haha! Excellent! Well written, entertaining, and so true of today's society... Nice parallel between the author and God. And the character and many humanoids nowadays, for that matter... Anyway, I loved it, awesome job! It's nice to find writers who have good stuff AND understand the rules of English.

Keep up the good work!
7/17/2005 c1 28LadyNel
wonderful! really, a genius idea that had me in stitches the whole time. hope to read more of ur works
7/17/2005 c1 6robster72
A funny little tale. I did like the ending! The god like author just getting annoyed and deleting his character!

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