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Some Strange Guy & Scary Philosophers
May 10th, 2001 - 5:19 p.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
Mark Twain once said, "Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn't."
This would be why I like to stick to fiction. At least it's believable. Unlike when the UFO Sheep in aviator's helmets and the cows with guns came and took me away for a visit. Or when the walls were conspiring against me with the ceiling. And yes, I have stolen the fun with quotes section from Some Strange Guy's Diary, but only the idea, not the actual quotes. I can find my own quotes thank you very much. Besides, I'm only doing it for your benefit. You need something new to read in this space and I don't have the time to do what I usually do or even really want to do here. I might even start doing this on a regular basis....I'm sure there are lots of quotes out there just waiting to be used.
Oh, and speaking of Some Strange Guy, because of him I took that philosophy thing he was referring to. My computer then proceeded to have conniption fits, so I can't tell you everyone, just the people I remember. Basically it was a bad thing. I tied at 100% with Sartre and somebody else who wasn't too pleasant, Kant was right up there at 80something%, and I completely disagreed with Hobbs at 0%. Hobbes, or Hobbs, however you spell it since I'm not looking it up, I'm fine with, b/c I never really liked him anyway. But being in complete agreement with Sartre scares me. And Kant does too. Of course, it probably didn't help that I picked "doesn't matter/I don't like any of the choices" so often. They really should've seperated those two. Damn scary philosophy things.
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