I enjoyed Vam's insights and miss him too, come to think of it I don't
recall ever disliking anyone here, hope I didn't chase him off. I
thought the timing of this was interesting so I'll share the first thing
I saw when I started browsing, /"All that is required for evil to
triumph is for good men to do nothing." /It stings enough to be true, I
dont know what to say but poli's post is haunting. That is a good thing,
perhaps in part.
On 12/18/2013 11:14 AM, archytas wrote:
> Indeed, I miss our friend. The unlimited is odd as it comes in sizes.
> On Wednesday, 18 December 2013 00:25:47 UTC, Molly wrote:
> You see the limitation, but not the unlimited. Except for Vammie.
> Now that is eternal.
> On Tuesday, December 17, 2013 2:16:54 PM UTC-5, archytas wrote:
> How I miss Gabby calling Vam 'Vammie'. Economics is the art
> of enforcing poverty in abundance. Virtue ethics allow
> enslavement and women to go out to funerals after they are 60.
> Philosophy doesn't cope well with the real lunacy of sects of
> zealous men with guns. Hiding the real philosophy (dirty
> hands or macht) means nothing means what it says and the
> hidden agenda rules. Even Machiavelli was more subtle than this.
> On Tuesday, 17 December 2013 18:14:21 UTC, Allan Heretic wrote:
> What ever Gabby...
> Matrix : Soul controls mind.
> ( : Do No Harm
> [_D Allan H
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