Google Can Tell You Who You Were in Your Past Life! I Was Lawrence Aloysius Whipple!
Admittedly, the accuracy of this may be up for debate, but hey, it’s fun! To find out who you were in your past life, simply type into Google, “died on [insert your birthday and year]” So for example, I Googled “died on June 8th 1983.”
Think of it kind of like the tag-team wrestling of afterlives. Someone died on the day you were born, and then “tagged you in,” so to speak. Well, on a beautiful late-spring night on a Wednesday in June, Lawrence Aloysius Whipple tagged The Rob into the great wrestling ring of life.
Lawrence Aloysius Whipple seemed to be a noble man, one who tried to make a difference in people’s lives and communities. Born in New York, Whipple had a political career in New Jersey, not far from where I was born right outside of Philadelphia. His career culminated with a seat as a federal judge in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey… A position he was nominated to by President Linden B. Johnson!
If Lawrence Aloysius Whipple, or “The L.A.W. Man” as I affectionately refer to him as is reading this from the great big laptop in the sky, I hope he knows that his death, which allowed for the birth of ME, was not in vain, and I aspire to make him proud with every passing moment.