1. I’m thinking we’re just a mock-up. You know, something that the consultants are showing God:
    “So, this is the feeling we’re going for, what do you think?… Oh that, that’s Rwanda, just a small glitch — it’s already fixed in the trunk.
    Don’t touch that! Outer space is not implemented yet, we’re having some problems with the infiniteness you requested: it’s bigger than we assumed.”

  2. We’re defiantly the Test-suite!!…..Millions of little instances of Human(), all with slight variations, all running in a test environment……Should one fail a test (say, by falling off a cliff), then that instance is immediately terminated, the erroneous code discarded, and eventually the storage occupied by the instance is GC’d back to the land. If not run in test mode, then the whole of reality would crash with a ‘unexpectedTerminationException’, every time someone did something dumb.

  3. He/she/it doesn’t employ TDD, we are the bugs. :)

  4. I suppose that is the advantage of being infallible?

  5. The Bible is quite clear about this in several places including Philippians 1:6:

    “And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.”

    (http://www.gnpcb.org/esv/search/?q=philippians+1:6 – it’s like the Google of online Bibles. APIs and everything :)

  6. I think the following would be a fitting exit:

    The following error was encountered: The operation completed successfully.

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