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My complaint about Simcountry

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Zeta (Kebir Blue)

Tuesday, September 23, 2008 - 10:48 pm Click here to edit this post
While the internet needs no introduction, I do want to state that there is a tortured quality to the internet's reasoning, a careful avoidance of obvious conclusions, and a painstaking circumnavigation of embarrassing facts. To get right down to it, my love for people necessitates that I tell you things that the internet doesn't want you to know. Yes, I face opposition from the internet. However, this is not a reason to quit but to strive harder.

One thing to keep in mind is that I'm willing to accept that many recent controversies have been fueled by a whole-hearted embracing of callous disquisitions. I'm even willing to accept that its latest crotchets are particularly cranky, even by the internet's cranky standards. But if I had my druthers, the internet would never have had the opportunity to send the wrong message to children. As it stands, the internet's shock troops are unified under a common goal. That goal is to abet ethnic genocide, dictatorships, and lawless hellions. The internet doesn't know the difference between right and wrong. This position, in large part, parallels civil libertarianism but with particular emphasis on the fact that I can no longer get very excited about any revelation of the internet's hypocrisy or crookedness. It's what I've come to expect by now.

The internet is wallowing in the sty of separatism. There are several logical contradictions in its position on this matter. For example, the internet claims that freedom must be abolished in order for people to be more secure and comfortable. Perhaps it has some sound arguments on its side but if so it's keeping them hidden. I'd say it's far more likely that the internet is up to no good. I always catch hell whenever I say something like that so let me assure you that its deeds are a house of mirrors. How are we to find the opening that leads to freedom? To ask that question another way, how will its flunkies, who are legion, react when they discover that it wants to shrink the so-called marketplace of ideas down to convenience-store size? To rephrase that question, why can't we all just get along? I'll tell you what I think the answer is. I can't prove it, but if I'm correct, events soon will prove me right. I think that if I seem a bit ostentatious, it's only because I'm trying to communicate with it on its own level. Okay, this letter has become much too long so I'll just jump right to the punchline: The internet has no moral qualities whatsoever.

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