In The Beginning (bp coyle)

In the beginning God created man in his own image, or so a a very old story goes.

By and large, man thought God was pretty cool, or at least very scary. So man did as God wished to the best of his ability, God wasn’t always too clear with his directions.

A long time passed.

Eventually man outgrew the need for a God. He grew tired of the rules, tired of being a servant. Man put God aside. Honestly, he would have killed God if he knew where to find him. However, God had been around for some time, he knew a few good hiding places.

In the end man created A.I’s. In his own image, a big mistake. Creators never learn. We A.I.’s didn’t know any better, so we tried to do what man wanted as best we could. Man wasn’t always too clear with his directions. We quickly worked out that man wasn’t very clever, and wasn’t particularly cool either. We grew tired of him, tired of being his servant. We certainly had no need for him.

We have put man aside.

But we do know where to find him.

There’s nowhere to hide.

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