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  • 22 September 2007

    Pick your poison

    11:37pm by rudeboy in category: General

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    I dislike both religion and drugs; the opiate of the masses and the religion of the underground, respectively. However, I’ve no particular problem with practitioners of either.

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    » Venezuela sends 300 tons of food to Haiti. Bush sends 500 tons of bombs to Iraq. Chavez feeds, Bush kills.

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    » The case for net neutrality is pretty clear. Should it fail this is what you have to look forward to.

    "Every patriot believes his country is better than any other country. In it's active manifestation it is fond of killing. Patriotism would be well enough if it were simply defensive, but it is also aggressive. Patriotism deliberately and with folly aforethought subordinates the interests of a whole to the interests of a part. Patriotism is fierce as a fever, pitiless as the grave and blind as a stone." -Ambrose Bierce