As I anticipated the last post drew some responses from the blog globe. I'm glad.
Please note: I was not sticking my dick out and waving it at old people just to garner a response. I was writing some thoughts from the heart and before we move on, I feel a few things need clarification.
We have a bad habit of only seeing the small picture, of becoming bogged down in the detail and understandably getting all subjective and putting our heart ("what if your mum was killed in that act of terror you bastard?") into matters. This is bigger than heart, bigger than your mum and certainly bigger than Zionism or Muslim rage or capitalism. There is no need to break it down that small and no, this is not about dumbing it down but fully taking in the big picture.
As Ernie Flapps wrote: Ask all the big questions. Your reality is a fragile affair. Life is a desperate search for stimulation. Live to die. That is all.
When anything becomes too powerful it will be struck by an epic attack.
When anything becomes to powerful it can no longer engage in an actual conflict where it can fully express its power because in doing so it would destroy itself.
*cough* *change train of thought*
Yesterday was the day that American's celebrate becoming a Nation. This is the declaration of independence, a document of utter genius both in its succientness and its profound sense of human rights.
Read it if you don't know off by heart already.
UPDATE: I'm a sucker for a good caption competition and the good Col. Dr once won it so it must be good. Have a stab in a wet paper bag why don't ya?