God: “I Did What I Had To In Order To Prevent ‘Lulu Two’”

God Angrily Dismissing Questions From Reporters About "Lulugate"

God Angrily Dismissing Questions From Reporters About “Lulugate”

In a press conference outside his home in Valdosta, Georgia, God today admitted responsibility for committing “several crimes against humanity” including “ravaging Lou Reed’s body with disease” in order to stop Metallica from collaborating on a second album.  “Look, I know I created a world where many horrible things happen.  War, famine, earthquakes, tornados, babies born without heads, I can live with all that.  However, James Hetfield again declaring himself to be a piece of furniture is where I draw the line,” pronounced God moments before he ascended into the clouds for an afternoon meeting with rap legend Eazy-E.

God is no stranger to controversy.  While he has been responsible for many of the greatest miracles ever to take place, he has also gained a reputation as a vengeful, jealous God and, by some estimates, has been responsible for the deaths of over 107 billion people throughout the course of human history.  Some critics have gone as far as accusing God of the manufacture and use of several biological weapons including the bubonic plague, cancer and the Ebola virus.

Some of God’s critics claim his treatment of humans is excessive and even bizarre.  Lot Markowitz, a traveling salesman from Gomorrah, Pennsylvania, remembers God’s behavior as being extremely erratic.  “He destroys two cities completely, kills everyone, but lets my family go, right? Then, all of a sudden, my wife turns around and she’s a pillar of salt.  What sort of weird, sick creature would do that?!?!”

God also has been known to play the occasional inappropriate practical joke.  He once told his faithful servant Abraham to climb up to the top of Mount Moriah and kill his beloved son Isaac.  Only moments before the murder of this small child, God, hardly able to keep a straight face, stopped Abraham and boomed out “Just Kidding!!!”

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In spite of his recent indiscretions, many believed God’s ending of the Cold War and introduction of additional cable television channels had signaled a “kinder, gentler God”.  However, according to several confirmed sources, God not only smote Lou Reed but also threatened to cover each member of Metallica from head to toe in boils and send a flood to destroy the city of Cleveland, Ohio if they released anything else they had written in tandem with the rock legend.

Many bloggers had speculated that God took retribution on Metallica skinsman Lars Ulrich by robbing him of his ability to play drums as punishment for his work on the first “Lulu” album.  However, those charges have been brushed aside by many in the metal community who have listened to Ulrich’s drumming since “…And Justice For All” and are well aware that he was stripped of those powers back in 1988, well before the dreaded 2011 release.

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  1. #1 by Fried Chicken And Metal on February 26, 2014 - 2:49 PM

    We can however thank God for knowing when he is in over his head and admitting his own failure… for example the Tim Tebow NFL experiment…

  2. #4 by Jim Wheeler on February 26, 2014 - 3:19 PM

    OK, Keith, now I’m picturing George Bur.., er, I mean God, much differently. Suppose He is actually just a kid in a family of near-immortals and the Earth is something like his ant farm? (Wasn’t there a Star Trek with that theme once?)

    Hey Mom, look at this neat app I just got for my game! It’s called a “Polar Vortex”!

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    • #5 by Keith Spillett on February 26, 2014 - 3:45 PM

      Ha!!! (“God can’t come out right now, he’s finishing the Alps and perfecting botulism”)

      That’s one thing I love about the Greeks. They figured out the fallibility of their gods and they revered them anyway. They didn’t need perfection or love from them, just the knowledge that something was bigger than they were.

      I’d like to think that if their is a God, he knows the difference between good and lousy heavy metal. But, then, as the Pope eloquently put it “Who am I to judge?”

      • #6 by victoriagrimalkin on February 26, 2014 - 5:32 PM

        God is a jealous God, and he doesn’t listen to metal in any form, unless it is Ayreon (He is partial to “The Theory of Everything”). He forsook all earthly music after Abba broke up.

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