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  1. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome about 4 hours ago

    Lots of work for a good punch line. Thanks.

  2. nawsa commented on Zen Pencils 7 days ago

    The purple dragon was a good guy, after all. But the quote wasn’t a reference to reptiles literally.Can regular people win over those who are willing to commit any amount of evil for power? It sounds good, but has mixed success. The Nigerians aren’t having much luck getting their kids back from Boko Haram, for instance. And the complaints of not-rich Americans don’t affect the success of the rich.On the other hand, the Civil Rights actions in the 60’s did move justice along a bit.

  3. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome 14 days ago

    Paired with Wikipedia, you provide quite an interesting view of obscure history. Complete with illustrations. Thanks

  4. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome 20 days ago

    Somebody already found the treasure and built a resort. Modern day pirates are smart too.

  5. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome 27 days ago

    I sure thought “striking terror” meant something different! No wonder they were so upset.

  6. nawsa commented on Zen Pencils about 1 month ago

    Amen to that! And to arouse your heightened self-awareness, read “The Lucifer Effect”

  7. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome about 1 month ago

    God forbid!

  8. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome about 1 month ago

    People in the old days didn’t need internal consistancy. Marcus Aurelius and Genghis Khan, for instance, had many wise words, especially regarding Peace; their day jobs were conquest and slaughtering people.

  9. nawsa commented on Zen Pencils about 1 month ago

    I gather, from on-line descriptions, that his system works best if you aren’t hampered by social demands, like, say, honesty.

  10. nawsa commented on The Quixote Syndrome 2 months ago

    It worked for a lot of people. Bad for the rest of us though.