Did you violate Chris Roller's patent on godly powers?

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Claiming his godly powers extend from David Blaine’s illusions, to the microchip or inkjet cartridge, Chris Roller filed for a patent on godly powers, and sued both David Copperfield and David Blaine for using godly powers in violation of his pending patent. He also claims that the Truman Show is based on him. So if you use your microchip today, especially in a divine fashion, Chris Roller may have an injunction for you. (He also plans to father one million babies on his wives, who are Celine Dion and Katie Couric.) Video after the jump. [GT]

Chris Roller wants exclusive right to the ethical use and financial gain in the use of godly powers on planet Earth. [via Metafilter]

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