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What It's All About

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What It's All About
There IS a meaning of life.

You've already been told what it is. You just don't know that you know. Read this, and then you'll know.

No, the answer is not 42.


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Deleted User

That's hilarious... I love it. I must admit I was always of the opinion that it was 42. Now I see the light! How could I have missed it?

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Robbie Keith

Barry, this great !! You're one of a kind

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jetski

Very inventive. LOL. Totally unexpected. Two points on this one. God bless.

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J.C. Laird

but forgot to comment the first time around.

To state the obvious: very well written, loved the characters and an imaginative setting. And the tongue-in-cheek humor? Super ending!

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J.C. Laird

LOL, but I don't WANT any of your pictures.

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felixthecat

Yeah, I read this a long time ago; came back to it today for some reason. Karma, maybe?

Again, as then, this romp through the line approaching St. Peter was "assembled" with your now-famous wit and satirical...well, genius. I loved Einstein in this one, particularly. You captured the essence of him so well, but each encounter was amazingly funny, and that, I think, is because you know of what you speak:)

Glad you woke up,... Show more

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hupomone

And now I know! You wrote this long before I joined BookRix, and I never read it before tonight, yet in a similar (less profound) blurb I wrote, I reference the same "meaning" - in one of my peculiar bedtime stories...So, Barry, it must be true. You're spot on, brother.

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tonyhall

very neat. I did'nt expect that ending.

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booklover129

I loved the ending. I read it to my sister and she laughed to.

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tophat

To hear what people like Einstien and Hawkins would talk about in the afterlife was compelling. I especially enjoyed what the wild haired physicist had to say and would love my own father to have a chat with him about such matters.

I suppose i should have expected the unexpected ending, but it still made me laugh.
Fantastic stuff.
Kade.

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