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November 26, 2007

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Bob Knaus

Amazing. Milton's "Complete English Poems" lies on the opposite bunk in my sailboat; I was reading Samson Agonistes last night.

What is the most famous line in Paradise Lost? Book I,264: "Better to reign in Hell, then serve in Heav'n."

I can think of no better description of human hubris. Our desire to rule, even if we do so badly, is far stronger than our desire to serve under someone better than ourselves.

Politicians, look in the mirror.

human target

"unifying force of junkanoo"

wtf?

last 3 times I went to junkanoo:
1. harassed by police for no reason
2. shot at for no reason
3. shots fired at a parked police car I was standing next to

"F" Nassau junkanoo

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