Like Chesterton said, “what is wrong with the world is that no one asks what is right.” Like Chesterton also said, “reformers are usually right about what is wrong but always wrong about what is right.” So what is right? Meekness! Lack of meekness is what is wrong with the world. Meekness is to do what you ought to. Be loud when you need to be loud, but no more. Be silent when you need to be silent, but no more. Be angry when you need to and fight only enough to neutralize the threat, then no more. What is wrong? That's going to take longer to explain!
I was recently looking through an article against "euthanasia" on an english online newspaper and the comments were near hundreds of posts of the most horrible demon-spawn to ever walk the earth (baby boomers and their ilk) boasting of suicide. I cannot post there but I can talk here on the topic.
There are few things I truly dislike more than hypocrites, and one of them is when you have to purposely stupefy yourself to make the hypocrisy work. This is one of those days.
Today I saw a video about why an essayist thinks "battle royale" games are popular. They said it was an expression of sinfulness mixed with wanting to belong. I say it is just a sign of the west regressing back to the paganism of old replete with a move back to gladiatorial games.
I received a strange comment a few days ago. It was of a man who was desperately angry at his own obsolescence as well as the existence of Absolute Truth and wanted to take it out on me.
They tend to be the same thing.
Yesterday, I was given the opportunity to contact customer service of a company I have (most likely mistakenly) bought the products of. After being given in return a form letter and an offer to go screw myself, I was also opted in to the opportunity to give a survey on my experience. Whoops.
I may post quotes from time to time. The first one will be my favorite quote of all. One far too long to ever be quoted normally, and one that cannot be easily found anywhere online. The only link to it I had ever managed was only half of the quote and posted to the tumblr blog of a 21 year-old girl. This lead to many obnoxious people on multiple sites I used the link on thinking I was a 21 year-old girl in the desperate hope they could "identity politics" their way out of coming up with an argument against me.