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Re: Curious

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Category: Real-Life Super Heroes
Date: 11 Jun 2006
Time: 20:27:28 -0500

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Ok, see this is what I mean about being swept away with the tide of the moment, all I am saying is don't get drunk on "being a hero", or you'll end up the criminal and will never even see it coming. True evil does not exist, a guy with dead children in his freezer? Well if you see that you just go ahead and get your knuckles dirty, I am not trying to make you devoid of common sense, I am just saying there's a whole crevasse of difference between that and a drunkan brawl. If you are someone who only deals with people with dead children in their freezer or anything of that extremity, I cannot imagine you would have very much business, on the other hand, if as I suspect, you were just dispensing a suitable case for argument, without actually taking my words in, the point very much still stands. Think before you act, that is all I am saying, to believe your enemy is completely Evil-with-a-capital-E makes you every bit as ignorant as they are, and perhaps infinitely more dangerous. you don't need to be a "superhero" to do the right thing, and you don't need to believe your enemy is a "supervillain" to justify how you deal with them. The choice is yours, but if you truly want to be a good guy you need more than inticing wordplay to demonize your foes and a forced mindset of duality to convince yourself that you are in the right. You mhave to actually BE a good person, not just call yourself one. If this is something you understand, then I applaud you, but from appearences, it may not be. Truth Seeker


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