That's great haha! I'll be pondering it, its just-for-kicksness notwithstanding.
You have written about Scotus' modal argument for the Uncaused Causer, an argument to which I am very sympathetic. I wonder if this "joke" argument might not be a super-condensed version of that argument. Also, I'm working through SCG on my blog, a chapter every few days, and chapter xx of book 1 was very rich (today). I think it offers a lot of material as to why Rowe's eternal-star rejoinder to Scotus' argument fails. Deus non est corpus! http://veniaminov.blogspot.com/2010/08/reading-summa-contra-gentiles.html
Codgitator, thanks for the link. I will be sure to check that out. I can never emphasize the importance of SCG enough. I highly recommend that material, even over the ST, for its in depth analysis of metaphysical issues, especially those concerning God.
Oh, I know, the SCG was a godsend (quite!) when I was first becoming a Catholic. People often read the ST and say, "That's nice... but... where's the beef?" In the SCG!
As promised, here are some reflections on your playful argument. http://veniaminov.blogspot.com/2010/08/scotist-anselmian-argument-for-god.html