Prior to an analysis, I would just like to lay out the question one more time (the first time having been the official title up ahead).
"If Sylvester Stallone gets the books, does Stone Cold Steve Austin get the pregnancy?"
I repeat the question, out of a curious fear of failing to analyse the question: curious, because since when should such a question engender "any" fear that’s inappropriate (sure, some or even many philosophical questions have the right to create some kind of fear, but surely none of the exact convoluted nature as the one currently being dealt with).
With that in mind, it might as well be appropriate to begin an analysis through this kind of lens – a lens that pertains to a question’s ability to create fear with respect to its inherent inability to create fear.
In general, a question is a mystery; a mystery that creates fear after the inability of that very same mystery to create fear is (or at least can be) the equivalent of a certainty that creates power before the ability of a different power to create power.
A certainty is a lack of doubt, and as a lack of doubt qualifies as a power in its own right, a certainty that creates power before the power of a different power (or a mystery, since the opposite of a certainty has no choice but to be a mystery) to create power is a power that creates itself before the power of a mystery to create power – a power that creates itself before the power of a mystery to create power is a power that duplicates before the power of a mystery to duplicate.
A power that repeats before the power of a mystery that duplicates is a power that repeats before the inability of a belief – a power that repeats before the inability of a belief is a power that repeats before the inability of a value.
A power that repeats before the inability of a value, is a power that exists before the ability of a weakness; a power that exists before the ability of a weakness is the ability of a power before a weakness that exists.
The ability of a power is a power of a power. A power of a power might as well be a power from a power, and a power from a power is just a continuum of magic: the continuum of whatever preceded the actual universe.
In this instance, the weakness that exists is just the universe: as a result, the overall issue of the difference between Sylvester Stallone and Stone Cold Steve Austin when it comes to books and a pregnancy can potentially be given the ability to just mean the actual existence of magic before the universe.
The existence of magic before the universe, needless to say, is the existence of magic before magic – the existence of magic before magic is magic before magic.
And finally: what is magic before magic?
Magic before magic can mean magic after reality: thus, the potential meaning of the difference between Sylvester Stallone and Stone Cold Steve Austin, when it comes to owning books and owning a pregnancy is that the universe is currently preparing itself for its transformation into literal magic.