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2015-11-07 10:23:45 Post No. 7330871
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Jonathan Green, born roughly 1950 - 1990 BPH (before post-humanism), was an pre-techwar American public intellectual and writer. While only fragments of his work survive, modern scholars unanimously place him among the greatest writers of the pre-transhuman era. After long debate, scholarship now generally accepts Green as the author of the work known as "Cancer Girl".
Sources suggest that while Green was principally known for his writing, he also performed sermons on the "YouTube" sector of the internet, just fifty years before the medium was destroyed. His teachings included bizarre comparisons of women to cereal, postulations on the mind-spirit connection of adolescents whom he believed "more pure" than adults, and cryptic communications with his alter ego, Hank. His listeners, now commonly regarded as members of his cult of personality, were known as "nerdfighters". The etymology of this word remains unknown.
Greenism is now universally regarded as the de facto religion on pre-tech war Earth. Every spring, the time of Earth's adolescence, they sacrifice the cancer ridden to their God. The Cult of Green builds vast palaces out of paper, where they worship the Green One. The Cult of Green condemns women, comparing them to boxes of cereal that are meant to be consumed by men.