Originally Posted by Daffy Duck
What kind of jackass would ask you to have a cow come flying through your window?
SHHHHH, Daff, ixnay on the ackjassay!
Anyway, even if Angela wanted to walk on water, she'd actually need to believe she could or the LOA would make it so she couldn't. So just because someone believes in LOA doesn't mean they believe they can do ANYTHING.
Well, I don't believe I can walk on water the way it's portrayed in old Jesus movies, and sure enough, when I go out into the ocean, it works out in congruence with my beliefs. (You know they used to say the first surfers in Hawaii were "walking on water" and there are also some other interpretations of what "walking on water" might entail for us or for Jesus, but I won't split hairs.)
I do believe it's possible for me to believe that I can walk on water, and if I did, I believe I could walk on water. As it is now, I don't believe I can walk on water. And like having a cow fly through my window, or some of the other things people have suggested here, I'm not terribly inspired by that suggestion.
I can see how that looks like a cop-out to Kanzeon, and that's okay.
Douglass Adams got me laughing today with what I think is an apt quote:
I don't believe it. Prove it to me and I still won't believe it.