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By gzt (Thu Apr 20, 2006 at 01:08:03 PM EST) (all tags), nothing could. CORRECTION: pascha can!

so i'm travelling and was resigned to be in some godforsaken hole all weekend, but i was directed to look at my travel itinerary: i'm flying home SATURDAY AFTERNOON instead of SUNDAY AFTERNOON. i win! the plans have changed to what they always were all along and everything is marvellous!

Faster than the speed of sound! Faster than we thought we’d go, beneath the sound of hope!

And now I must go. This really does make things better.

And now I get to think about Kant. And Nazis. Moral of the story: Nazis are bad.


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facile. by rmg (2.00 / 0) #1 Thu Apr 20, 2006 at 01:32:24 PM EST
it's so easy to denounce nazis. is there even any satisfaction in it?

when are people going to start looking for the humanity in nazis? it's time we started tearing down these walls, not build new ones.

[t]rolling retards conversation, period.

when did i say... by gzt (4.00 / 1) #2 Thu Apr 20, 2006 at 06:37:02 PM EST
...i was going to denounce nazis? the very point is to do the opposite. surely you had more faith in me than that.

i suppose i did say the moral of the story is that nazis are bad and that you can read that as saying i somehow believe nazis were immoral, but i think a more appropriate reading is either that i was sarcastically pointing out the facile way or pointing out my distate at having to write about nazis. if you've read the relevant material [kant], you'd notice that the case against the nazi isn't so suddenly obvious.

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