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Why? Because.

The day after the day after the day after the day after and the huffing and puffing of the blameblather tsunami just rolls on. In the end, even if nobody wants to admit it, “anybody who can pick up a frying pan owns death.”

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  • Casey Klahn August 6, 2019, 12:00 PM

    A man holding a gun is a moral agent.

    No morals? That is a very bad situation, then.

  • Uncle Jefe August 6, 2019, 1:53 PM

    They try to wear you down, to make you feel infirm.
    Remember when you were a kid, that trick that showed
    They got you by the nose,
    Got you by the beak?

  • edaddy August 6, 2019, 6:45 PM

    Have you ever really thought about evil?

    Evil has the unique privilege of condemning itself and thereby increasing its own stature.

    Here’s how Evil does it. First, Evil take something (or someone) that is good or bad and declare it to be a solution. It is better if you start with something good, but anything will work.

    Next, Evil entices, coerces, or whatever it takes to cause the thing to become less good. Over time, Evil incrementally moves the thing farther towards evil. If Evil can take it all the way to evil, then that is the best.

    Eventually, the maturing evil thing will do something or cause something so evil that the whole world will cry out in unison that it is evil.

    When it reaches this point, Evil has succeeded. Evil can then stand up and declare louder than all the rest, “It is evil!”

    Evil is then free to propose another solution and repeat the process.

    That’s the privilege of evil.