25 January 2014

100 Things About Other Things

~ @mjbanks

  1. Life liberty and happiness are one, the entirety of our existences are only a success when devoted to the others.
  2. The call of freedom is not a cry for havoc, it is the opposite of sedition, and the death to lies. 
  3. No amount of evil is respected or considered personal sacrifice, all acts of treachery are sins of the flesh contributing to inhumane ideals easily passed from liberals to vanities. 
  4. Lies are incomplete or uninitiated truths, a corrosive corruption that consumes all action until emotions are ruled by nihilistic beastly instinct. 
  5. A demagog or despot may not give persecution outside of law nor shall confuse hatreds of idolators for affliction, the first to blame from a crowd of emotional zealots is no more a human than is a stone.  
  6. Voices do not create guilt, attestation of fact in public discourse delivers the first prompts of jurisprudence, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, misanthropy is an utmost shame.
  7. Forgotten by one is not forgotten by all, truth and light are never in remission, servitude to disgrace is itself disgrace, to each our own, a guilt confessed is half forgiven.  
  8. Time sees fit to bury all lies in blood and stone, or so shall it be said, there is no person whom knows who the gods choose to worship. 
  9. If there are suggestions to the living there will be rules for the dead.
  10. Where fate is voiced, take exception to all things, the dead forgive as wounded must not.
  11. Stubborn and dangerous are the constant wary, whom in falling from grace take lies and malice to the grave. 
  12. Perception deceives before deception wakes, but true light is complete.
  13. Faith in others displays the obvious, even with strength in numbers people of certitude can stampede in any direction.
  14. Truth is stranger than fiction, and that really isn't quite strange. 
  15. Water doesn't roll uphill, no matter how much there is.
  16. Control your emotions, do not suppress them, then we can summon them as needed.
  17. If tomorrow were better it could erase today, which isn't good because you're still in today. Besides, if it couldn't get any worse, you wouldn't know. 
  18. Misery loves company and it thinks that you do also. When it goes it takes something, so do not dwell too long in shadows. 
  19. Absolute power should only be given to imaginary things, and even then there will be politics. 
  20. Ought is such that deception knows no bounds when everyone is innocent.
  21. Anyone can lose something, and you already don't know who that is. Help everyone find things and never practice detraction.
  22. Raising someone from the dead is almost as hard as staying alive. 
  23. Optimism is the only idea that cannot be forgotten, because it is the essential ingredient in all things that hearts want and do not need, and it is the first victim of despots.  
  24. The definitions of evil things by politicians are equally the politics of evil men, trust no sin eater with a heart of gold.
  25. The strongest have the fiercest teeth, but the smartest have already left the building.
  26. If you're going to wait forever, you might as well be condemned because you will be if you make everyone else wait. 
  27. Lazy and stupid are the same word. Winners were prepared, then came the losers. 
  28. Laws prevent stupidity, rules prevent laws. 
  29. If you talk to a dead person, concentrate and ask again. 
  30. The heart feels for you, the feelings see for you, your mind should be the only one that knows where you're going. 
  31. Make something out of nothing, or nothing will consume you. 
  32. Perception is remarkable because it has to be, it's the memory that owes you an explanation. 
  33. Where secrets turn to lies, it is darkness that waits and light that escapes, and our souls rivers of wisdom. 
  34. The future is arriving and it's more dangerous than death, grasp tightly your free will or have it lost whence you blink.
  35. Most people don't know much of anything, and if they don't they have two names.
  36. If you want to live forever, remember what you love. 
  37. Sensationalists get society wrong, they claim tyrants love tyrants in their attempt to excuse tyranny. 
  38. If you don't believe everything then something is missing. 
  39. A better creature does better things, a lesser creature does fewer things. 
  40. Some respect, others buy respect, and most people have no idea what those things are.
  41. If you have to say it's not a cult, it's definitely a cult.
  42. Certainty is a glass puzzle lock box, sometimes it merely needs to be destroyed.
  43. Doubt is only wonderful if facts aren't involved, which is why bureaucrats use it to start riots.
  44. You have a right to be innocent, and other legal fees.
  45. Reality sees all things and no one wrote a law to make it so. Observation is better than control and worse than education. 
  46. A bureaucrat is someone who thanks people for doing things that aren't theirs to do.
  47. Guilt hides in the strangest of places.
  48. More of something had before is a perception of quality, the quantity of sums or the sudden sum is the question of value itself, the spite of wealth cannot be quantified with love just as our need for love has no measurement. Less is more if you're stupid.
  49. "Get Out of Jail Free" cards, 1) aren't free, 2) come with monopoly. 
  50. Capitalism is the real revolution of modernity, buying forgiveness thru taxes and tithes is corruption in purity. 
  51. To use the law to stop crime is good, to use the law to stop competition is ungainly and pitiful desperation.
  52. If you spend more money on political fodder than you have given to the poor, you're probably a liberal. 
  53. A double-entendre teaches two things at once, sometimes three. 
  54. Criminals collect taxes and redistribute under premise of donation, they'd be heroes if they did it the opposite way. Bureaucracy is a choice, never an obligation.
  55. If they don't own the stars, neither do you. 
  56. Avoid people with mirrors that only only use them on others.
  57. In more ways than one, plants are more efficient, but animals live longer.
  58. If you think money is evil, firstly give all of yours to the next person you see, secondly continue your business. 
  59. One crazy person is special, two crazy people are in love, three crazy people is a good sign. 
  60. Silence isn't golden.
  61. Entitlement is a wild beast unto itself.
  62. Something stolen has no value, something given is not earned.
  63. School by the state is where you go to learn what things you could be learning.
  64. Some say prostitution isn't legally practiced, those people have never seen a politician in its natural habitat. 
  65. An army without a king makes the hearts of its soldiers stronger than all things, but redefines desertion in any random whisper of demons.
  66. A chain is defined by its strength, a weakness is defined by its chains. A whip is only as strong as its fray.
  67. True is nature, and that which lies is written in stone. 
  68. Omission is always an option, unless you're a machine.  
  69. Some sentences have no end............
  70. It's important to talk about the good things, bad things will talk about themselves. 
  71. Distraction is a theft of time -- fire is often surrounded by darkness. 
  72. Take fruit from blossoms, not from roots or windows.
  73. The hero of the story is the favorite of good and greedy men alike, the victim is the favorite of the villain, it is the way of the small mind. 
  74. The finer things in life are quite rough. 
  75. If you complain to get your way in life, we know who you are and we want you to shut the hell up, maybe you could help. 
  76. Acolytes and idolators are compulsive in stating benefits and not understanding reality.
  77. Anybody can be blinded by belief, and often are if afraid of themselves. 
  78. Anyone's guess is anyone's guess, there is no such thing as a thought-crime.
  79. Beware of leaders and speakers who are standing in one place.  
  80. A fool thinks others do not build alone, a sage knows they did not invent what they built. 
  81. Chief among men are those who hate fake injuries. Cheiftess among maidens are the ones in charge.
  82. If you have nothing nice to say you've met society and need to meditate.
  83. Madness is lawless, thus you should never fully trust a lawmaker. See: "Ground Rules"
  84. A judge who knowingly pardons a criminal has three heads. 
  85. The nosiest people typically cannot remember much at a time.
  86. People might not like you, but at least they'll let you use supernatural magic if you ever discover how to do that sort of thing. 
  87. A flaming hell eagerly awaits, if you ever get to visit it, it will be filled with people just like you.
  88. The sin of omission is usually televised and is a charter member of bad journalism.
  89. Obviously a law doesn't reverse a crime, nor does it have importance when left unto itself, it needs honorable creatures, but you wouldn't know that by listening to the capitol. 
  90. Real talk, fake repeat. We are books trusted and true, if we do not read each other we will forget how.
  91. A hypocrite only believes in themself, their gifts pollute society with vanity and indefension.
  92. Sometimes you just want an atheist to be more like the gods and stop talking directly to humanity. 
  93. To pray for people and not also their condition is to go against success in life.
  94. War teaches too much to too few.
  95. Tranquility, meditation comes with life and is easily lost, keeping it not only resolves problems it prevents them. 
  96. On a molecular level the sky is actually falling due to gravity.
  97. Worry tomorrow if you didn't work today. The mask we wear is our own.
  98. The top cause of depression is over-thinking, and the top cause of rage is understanding, life is better if you don't try to do both simultaneously. 
  99. Vagueness can be something, not everything is in dichotomy.
  100. We neither make, nor enable, that which consumes us completely. 

"For sweetest things turn sourest by their deeds; Lilies that fester smell far worse than weeds." ~ William Shakespeare