Jersey Girl wrote:...
or slay the dragons around here if I can't use their own words against them.
as elias and elijah - together, or appearing after each other (D&C 110)Everyone knows that dragons don't exist.
this is a joke, but the best jokes are always sound as real truthsThe School of Higher Neantical Nillity is in fact wholly unconcerned with what does exist. (in this case, think of BYU and you are near the reality - my addition...) Indeed, the banality of existence has been so amply demonstrated, there is no need for us to discuss it any further here. The brilliant Cerebron, attacking the problem analytically, discovered three distinct kinds of dragon: the mythical, the chimerical, and the purely hypothetical. They were all, one might say, nonexistent, but each non-existed in an entirely different way. And then there were the imaginary dragons, and the a-, anti- and minus-dragons (colloquially termed nots, noughts and oughtn'ts by the experts), the minuses being the most interesting on account of the well-known dracological paradox: when two minuses hypercontiguate (an operation in the algebra of dragons corresponding roughly to simple multiplication), the product is 0.6 dragon, a real nonplusser.
learn google search's functions! they are the winnersJersey Girl wrote:What should I do? I'm desperate.
there are impotent search engines around:
1. this site: it doesn't work
2. LDS org: it is biased-distorted-deceptious