Created: Thursday, 11 September 2008 Written by *CAPTAIN_AUSTRALIA*Why did the Cultural Labyrinth resort to violence?
I've been pondering the difference between evil
and violence, as they occur in grammatical
Evil and violence arise naturally in situations
where one wishes to apply glue to a piece of paper
on a horizontal desk surface. The desk is
preferably made of a grating positioned slightly
above the bottom one to hold the lower tarantula
cages, and also a flat baking dish of appropriate
size to be taken to an auction where you are
prodded with a sharp stick and then sent to a
remote province where the tax-collectors keep
ending up dead.
The evil tax-collectors of this world seem to
compete with each other to find a better solution
for the opium problem. However, the opium problem
proved to be more complex than a Java development
Oddly enough, evil and violence are at the heart
of the Information Society where they should be.
Lately, murderers have been getting a punishment
equal to the number of repeating digits.
The combination of graphic violence and sexually
suggestive imagery is a favourite of mine, which
is why Christians should not be quite so
interested in how the Early Church conducted
There were those who believed that the world was
an evil place, and so taught that there were two
Gods, an evil God who created the axis of evil,
and a good God who created Ayn Rand.