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Meditation 274
And Going to Hell Suddenly Looks a Lot More Attractive

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There is a brief review in the current Esquire[1] of Clay Aiken's[2] autobiography. Apparently he states in Chapter 2 that:

"The only reason people go to bars is to get drunk and have sex. To me, bars are what hell is like."

Finally, Pascal's wager works in our favor. The punishment for disbelief is an eternity of getting drunk and having sex. Seems a whole lot better than the alternative.



  1. Esquire (US Edition) November 2004, page 88
  2. Clay Aiken is "famous" for winning American Idol, which apparently justifies an autobiography at age 25. (The error in this footnote is addressed in the discussion.)