Yes, it always appears that you are in a minority of sane people (or perhaps you are the only sane person) in a sea of completely confused crackpots. The reason that so many other people seem completely confused and wrongheaded is that they use different symbols and metaphors to view the world. It is impossible to discuss important issues such as politics, families, violence, justice, etc. without resorting to symbolism. Anything that does not directly refer to something that can be physically sensed,
I've got lotsa important questions I need answered.
Here we go.
[SPOILER]Why is the blackboard green?
On the periodic table, why do some elements have symbols with letters that aren't even in the word?
If you try to fail and succeed, what did you just do?
Is the opposite of "out of whack" "in whack"?
Why are toe nail clippers bigger than finger nail clippers when your toe nails are smaller than
So I'll just slap 3 bandwagons together.
Two Phrases/Words of yours.
You think Pokemon is about crazy things, like 'strategy', and 'planning', and 'thinking before you act'. Any GOOD trainer knows that it's about blindly rushing into situations and shouting random orders to your Pokemon.
Sometimes our mind has to bend and twist in order to deal with life's problems. My mind bent so much it snapped into two.
Actually there is a book by the name "When Bad Things Happen to Good People." No one here has read it. Of course, we don't need to, because we already know why:
There is no such thing as Justice.
It is an illusion. A myth. A fairy tale. Life really isn't fair. The question is, why do you think it's supposed to be? Who started that idea? Job? The people who tried to put a good face on beating people up by inventing the Queensbury Rules? We don't know.
Well, you are. No, seriously, this is a typical problem in most cultures around the world. People tell their children (with words and actions) that they are no-good, worthless, useless drains on their parents' happiness, pocketbooks, and patience. Given this scenario, you get a lot of adults who became convinced as children that they were just no good, and they helpfully pass this attitude on to their children. Lovely predicament, eh?
Well, thankfully, they were wrong. Let's take
Updated 29th April 2011 at 12:43 PM by Baron Brixius