RE: virus: "Freedom, give it to me."

Sodom (
Tue, 16 Mar 1999 07:51:41 -0500

> I always stand up for what I believe in as well, even if it includes
> protesting and risking my own safety, but originally you said
> something
> like "die" or "kill" for an idea of freedom. You're still
> alive, aren't
> you? There isn't much good one can do while dead.
> Personally, I'd rather
> be a live example for others, not a corpse.
> "When I was dead I wore a strong perfume",
> ~kjs

Yes, please dont get me wrong, I have no martyr syndrome. I prefer life, but I put very few limits on the ends or methods I would use to maintain some "ideas" as mentioned above. These ideas will change with information, but most have not. Fortunately it has not come down to that, and I will do everything in my power to keep it from ever coming to that. I think that the main argument is that I dont think "people" as a whole are that important. I think life is very important, but people are no better or worse than the other species, and no more deserving of the planet. I happen to be a person so I usually am on the "us" side in the people thing, but that is changing as I get older. Overpolulation, religion and environmental abuses are probably the biggest reasons for my distaste of our species. Dont worry, I'm not about to stand in front of a gun without ducking.

Bill Roh