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soul clearing house

for the sale and purchase of souls
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This company would provide verification of identity for those wishing to sell their soul, assuring that only one soul per human being is on the market. It would also maintain a valuation based on verified life's history. Furthermore it would interact with soul exchanges to assure anyone proving their identity could learn who purchased their soul most recently. A "soul" would consist of a blood-signed certificate stating that the bearer has the right to the original owner's eternal soul: a bearer bond.
Voice, May 03 2010

we own your soul. http://blogs.telegr...in-april-fools-gag/
[po, May 03 2010]

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       Is the Devil the only customer or are their other market segments?
Mustardface, May 03 2010
  

       If you sold your soul to the Devil (some Satanist'd be willing to act as his agent, I'm sure), and didn't go to Hell, would your estate have standing to sue for breech of contract?   

       Also: //valuation based on verified life's history// So there'd be a futures market?
mouseposture, May 03 2010
  

       Wouldn’t your feet hurt after a while?
Ian Tindale, May 03 2010
  

       Ask any politician - they will know.
8th of 7, May 03 2010
  

       They’d presumably retain the heel.
Ian Tindale, May 03 2010
  

       Only if they can claim it on expenses.
8th of 7, May 03 2010
  

       Isn't this place somewhere in the light? No paper work necessary.
wjt, May 03 2010
  
      
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