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The problem with our system is that it’s possible to empty a bank account but not to fill it.

The other day I saw a bumper sticker that said, “Equality for All.” That’s just equality.

When you study philosophy in college people always ask “what kind of a job will you get with that?” But in this economy I have a ready reply which is, “Same thing as you. Nothing.”

Pleasure and pain seem not like distinct entities so much as a single system of Good Cop Bad Cop.

The desire for sex ruins life.

Property is theft and if you agree but think I stole the notion then I suggest you reconsider.

Here’s why I don’t want kids: sex is amazing and anything that feels that good must have a terrible consequence.

A threat is an armed promise.

Metaphors are a doorway made from language leading out.

Economic depression crushes the hopes of shallow materialists.

Free will is the belief that we are not bound by the chain of events.

A Post-Modernist takes the difference between fact and belief to be merely a matter of opinion.

Two people wandering through the desert look back on their tracks and say, “Well, at least we’re making progress.”

They say some people internalize everything. For those who do not, I suggest you’re missing a step.