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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Will we find life inside of Orion in 2012?

It is likely that the new year will bring a strong indication of a planet that is sustaining life.  The consequences to religion should be profound, but then again, that would require some sane thought  and discussion. This should be a doosey. 

138 comments:

  1. Even better would be to find some "Intelligent" life on planet earth.

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  2. Whut if we found it in Ideehoe?

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  3. Arizona, and Deetroit is lookin' "iffy."

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  4. How much will it cost?

    To willfully create a situation where The consequences to religion should be profound

    A more nonproductive use of government funds could not be imagined.

    Run Doc Run!

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  5. When Galileo figured out that the Earth goes around the Sun rather than vice versa, that had profound consequences to religion too. Maybe religion should get a clue.

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  6. Next thing you know All the Religions would unite, and Declare War on the Heathens from Orion.


    Do you have Any idea how much intergalactic Battle Wagons cost?

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  7. Gingrich would challenge'm to a spelling bee.

    Mitt would send Missionaries.

    Paul would have an apeshit fit.

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  8. Lester Crown would submit the winning bid on the Space Cruiser, but Boeing would request a rebid, and promise to make it stealthy.

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  9. Upon learning that they don't do poetry, and eat horses, Bob would vote for the MIC candidate.

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  10. Upon hearing that it's an Amazonian Culture Teresita would never be heard from again.

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  11. Upon hearing that they occasionally go "bi," Sam would order a gross of new Gillettes, and do likewise.

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  12. Asked their opinions, Rat said, "Whatever," Gag Reflex said, "Huh?" and Linear Thinker said, "It'll never work."

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  13. Deuce said, "Cool,"



    and Jenny said, "Fuck it."

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  14. Wio said, "just another bunch of anti-semites," and Allen said, "We didn't do it," and


    Quirk said, "more dicks."

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  15. But Galileo Galile was not working for the US government when he made his most influential pronouncements.

    Galileo dismissed as a "useless fiction" the idea, held by his contemporary Johannes Kepler, that the moon caused the tides.

    Galileo also refused to accept Kepler's elliptical orbits of the planets


    This obsession with the stars, a propensity of the pagan.

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  16. Rufus informed them that they didn't have "enough gas" to get there.

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  17. Doug said, "It's all a lie to distract our attention from the Commie in the White House."

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  18. :):):)

    You had me laughing there Rufus that was a good run.

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  19. ? ? ? ? ?


    Did I say something funny?


    I wuz just prediktin'.

    :)

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  20. Melody left with either Sam, or T, we're not for sure, which.

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  21. Perry said, "Great. Now they'll want me to build a damned fence around that place, too."

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  22. God is at Kolob system, Mitt Romney says.

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  23. If there is life out there, what a big field for folly, if there isn't, what a lot of wasted space.

    Some smart dude said something like that 150 years ago but can't recall his name.

    Ron Paul would be against building up the galactic defenses, which might tick 'em off, and would call the space probes home.


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  24. John McCain attached a rider awarding himself the exclusive beer license.

    Then tried to remember if he already had two houses there, or three.

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  25. Musta been Sam, cause Miss T is right here.
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  26. Anthony Weiner emailed'em a picture of his . . . . weiner.

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  27. Michelle Bachmann adopted some of their children.

    And Sarah Palin shot some for her trophy room.

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  28. The NLRB declared it a "Union Shop," and Boeing moved back to Mars.

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  29. Dougman invited'em out for a drink


    after ordering ten thousand "roofies."

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  30. Ernest Hemingway decided that he'd been brash, and came back from the grave.

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  31. Car Sagan was heard to mutter, "told ya."

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  32. Dougman invited'em out for a drink

    I'd get them to pay for it too!

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  33. GW Bush was heard to say something about "bringing Democracy" before someone tackled, and gagged him.

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  34. Cheney applied for a drilling license.

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  35. Obama would make sure they had health insurance.

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  36. Obama turned him down, and threatened to "drill him."

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  37. Mitt said he was against Obama's Orion Health Plan,

    although he was for it, before.

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  38. Gingrich gave them a big history lesson about our galaxy for a huge fee.

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  39. Hillary Clinton said she'd finally found her constituency, and promptly ran for Dominatrix.



    27,000 Blackwater Guards volunteered to accompany her for free.

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  40. Rumor was Gag Reflex was one of them.



    He always struck me as a bit of a sneaky pete(r).

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  41. Condi Rice went in her black, stiletto boots, and waxed the Hildebeest's ass.

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  42. Bill Clinton in a speech allewded to their women.

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  43. I didn't have sex with those aliens, he said, with a grin on his face.

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  44. Don Rumsfeld observed that they didn't seem to have a flag, or any defined borders, smiled, and promptly went to work doing

    something.

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  45. Jimmy Carter lusted in his heart.

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  46. Roselyn slapped him silly.

    Told him to go build another fucking house (and, not on Orion, either.)

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  47. Rufus promptly hired out an Orion wide survey of ethanol potential, and began dreaming of an intergalactic transhipment space
    warpspeedsuperhighway.

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  48. Donald Trump built the first casino on Orion.



    Followed immediately by declaring the first Orionese Bankruptcy.

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  49. Which was followed immediately by Rufus' intergalactic transhipment space
    warpspeedsuperhighway bankruptcy.



    They claimed to have read all about ethanol from some asshole named Doug.

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  50. T said, "Hot Damn, wish you were here - NOT! heh, heh"

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  51. Sam emailed home for more razors.

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  52. Al Gore lectured them on theit global warming.

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  53. After learning of Melody's pedicuring/manicuring/waxing skill the Amazonians send Condi back to Stanford.

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  54. While Quirk of course, who seemed to fit right in with the Orionites, Quirk over at SoulsRUS, tried to ensoul the poor critters, who had five legs, and hooves, and hairy nostrils, Quirk told them we have a soul sale on now.

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  55. They introduce Al Gore to various techniques they use on pretentious assholes they don't like.

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  56. They seemed to have missed the "chaka," but hit the asshole.

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  57. Quirk considers franchising SoulsRUs intergalactically.

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  58. Berlusconi, however, was a bit hit with his bonga, bonga parties.

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  59. El Rushbo saw what they did to A Gore, and decided to keep his asshole in Palm Beach.

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  60. Huckabee took one look and said, "I'm sticking with Fox."

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  61. Tommy Chong wondered aloud, "Is space weed better than Jamaican?"

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  62. A confused Anthony Weiner sends a picture of His asshole.


    Was immediately forwarded spacefare.


    Immediately accepted.

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  63. Found himself on a flight with 137 Mullahs, 88 Christian Fundamentalists, and Tiny Tim.

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  64. Tiny Tim looked around, and said, "these fuckers are weird," and got off the spaceship at Uranus.

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  65. We'll have to get the clerk to figure your percentage of posts, rufus.

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  66. Dougman scores an invite to the Bonga, Bonga parties, sets Bill Clinton up with some roofies, and was last seen having an umbrella drink with Sam, as they laughed their asses off.

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  67. Clerk's gone Rat. Last I heard, he was esplaining to the Amazonians of Orion how it wasn't really the Jooos that trashed that Orion intelligence ship.

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  68. Willie Nelson showed up. Said he heard that some guy named Dougman, said Tommy Chong said it was the best weed in the Universe.

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  69. Norah Jones was with him. Queen Melody invited them into the castle, and Norah was never seen again.

    Willie said he heard something like a squeal of delight, and "You Can Do That?"

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  70. The End of the Long Count, less than a year away, 21Dec12

    Predicting....
    ... on 22Dec12

    A new day will dawn.

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  71. Followed by, "You CAN do That!"


    Oh, Yes, You CAN!


    Then he passed out and woke up on Jupiter. Has no idea, how.

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  72. Doesn't think it was him that she was referring to, though. :)

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  73. Nancy Pelosi inquired if any of them would like to work in her fish factory. Seems to have been a mistake.

    Walks a lot like Al Gore these days.

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  74. Deuce exiles Rufus to Orion for "excess posting while drinking."


    After checking out A Gore, and N Pelosi, Rufus decides to commit suicide by drinking some of his own moonshine.

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  75. Local Bud Light distributor grief-stricken.

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  76. Joins Rufus in "farewell toast."



    EB gets back to serious bisness.

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  77. "Predicting....
    ... on 22Dec12

    A new day will dawn
    ."

    It better. the 22nd falls on a Saturday.
    I don't want to work that whole week for nothing!

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  78. And, that was the year that mankind discovered Orion.

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  79. I knew ,knew, knew you were drunker 'an a skunk.

    God have mercy on ya tomorrow morning, poor soul.

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  80. Prediction:
    Obama wins another term.

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  81. And Rufus wakes up with a hangover and will reach for the hair of the dog :)

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  82. When Rufus arrives, the Orionites reveal to Rufus The Golden Plates of Orion translated by some archangel or other, in which the coming of 'THE HICK' is predicted for them, and, in a cosmic recognition scene, proclaim Rufus, who is belching, The Coming One, crown him, and arm him with an Orion hunting spear, taking his clothes away, leaving him speared up, King of Orion, naked as a jaybird.

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  83. :)

    THE COMING OF THE HICK!


    I knowed it. I just knowed it.


    I knowed my time would come.


    I don' know about that "naked as a jaybird," stuff, though. I hope their ponies ain't easily embarrassed. :)

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  84. Good Lord! Now I know why I can't sing.

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  85. Rufus?

    You're talking to yourself again.

    This time you are answering back.

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  86. Thank you for clicking on that.



    they need the hits. :)

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  87. It's when I start Arguing with myself, in Cherokee, that you gotta run for the hills, Mel. :)

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  88. And, specially if I'm arguing in half Cherokee, half Dane.

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  89. I'm about outta whiskey, Mel. Bob sounds like he hasn't done much damage to his yet, though. And I think Rat's still looking at a full bottle.

    These other'ns hide theirs so well it's hard to tell. :)

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  90. they need more than hits, they need an extreme make over

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  91. Ruf, I'm changing from vodka to whiskey, just as soon as this half gallon of sweet tea is gone.

    I find it more exhilarating.

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  92. Just a poor little old high school choir out in NC, somewhere, I think. But, how many places can you hear auld lang syne sung half in Cherokee?

    I thought they was pretty good. :)

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  93. You can't trust those closet drinkers.

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  94. Oh wait i didn't hear any cherokee shit

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  95. Good idea, Mel; I'm going to change my glass of ice for a glass of whiskey, and ice. I'll be back (I hope.) :)

    Oh, in case I don' make it:

    Happy New Year, All.


    did I already say that? hic

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  96. Fuck they are singing in Cherokee.

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  97. I think it was Cherokee; it might have been Danish. hard to tell'em apart sometimes. :)

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  98. Whoa,

    back home they called that, "Who Hit John!"

    This one's just liable to be my last'un.

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  99. As long as we know it wasn't English than it's a sure sign to keep drinking.

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  100. My new grandson lives in Chattanooga. I'm going to try to take him out to N. Carolina when he's old enough.

    Let him meet his cuzzins.

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  101. I have a real soft spot for my small amount of Cherokee blood.

    They were kind of fascinating people.

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  102. My mom donates 25.00 to some reservation. It makes her feel good thinking she is helping the small percent she is.

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  103. Well, Bless her hear. This one's to her.

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  104. Funny what moves the marketplace


    One day after she announced her support for Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul on Twitter, sales of pop singer Kelly Clarkson's most recent album were surging Friday on Amazon.com.

    Sales of Clarkson's album Stronger shot up 442% between Thursday and Friday afternoon on Amazon (AMZN, Fortune 500), moving the album from #38 to #7 on Amazon's sales list.

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  105. Sounds like he might be getting another couple of dozen endorsements from Opryland. :)

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  106. From one of Deuce's favorite video sources ...

    RT

    'Pentagon created Arab Spring over decade ago'

    The idea is to create as much chaos as possible ...

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  107. The back story of the Libyan operation, the looting of Libya's sovereign fund by the Mr Blair and the "Banks to Big to Fail"

    Gaddafi's Stolen Billions: Max Keiser Explains 'Financial Terrorism'

    The Financial Times says giants like Goldman Sachs were dealing with the dictator's investments when it needed to plug a hole during the economic crisis. Most of the money has been lost, but with what's going on in Libya any repayment seems unlikely.

    This story broke just prior to the NATO military intervention in Libya.

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  108. The Great Game continues.


    Assholes, and idiots.


    For the money we pissed off in Iraq, alone, we could be free of ALL imported oil.

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  109. Mel and Rufus I, II ...

    Happy New Year and Semper Fi!

    And, No, we didn't do it on purpose.

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  110. Quack said...

    Let's face it, if the Israelis were too stupid to to recognize the Liberty they are just too stupid to be allowed to play with guns.



    We have won some. How's that workin' out for you, Sweet Pea?

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  111. Semper Fi, Bro. Don't tell me, tell the Orionees; they're the ones that's got the death star on the way.

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  112. You missed it. I got drunk, and now I'm getting started on my hangover.

    I don' think I'm gonna make it until O 12.

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  113. Make sure you click on the little Cherokee singers. A few more hits and THEY'LL be ready to endorse Ron Paul. :)

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  114. I've had three, and I've loved them all; and darned if they didn't/don't still love me. Go figure :-) Happy New Year, Ladies!!!

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  115. I'm predicting Santorum edges out Paul in Iowa.

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  116. Made it. Happy New Years, Bozos.

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  117. Individualism is the key to Western creativity, to our unsurpassed productivity, and to the simple privilege of being left alone. All the creative work of the last 500 years come from stubborn individuals, from Michelangelo to Bill Gates.

    In the end, William Shakespeare valued human souls far more than the post-modern professors of the left. Our humane values will survive today's trendy rabble rousers, just as they survived the Bolsheviks and Hitler. We will wave goodbye to the post-posties as they are left in the dust.Then maybe we can relax to some wonderful music.


    May Angels Chorus Our New Year In

    "Good night, sweet Prince," says Horatio at the climax of Shakespeare's Hamlet, "and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest."

    It is a glorious sentence, a golden nugget of Western civilization. Horatio's farewell to Hamlet evokes a world in which Hamlet's tormented soul, after avenging his murdered father, falls dead and ascends to Heaven glorified by a chorus of angels. That is a remarkably humanizing image, one in which Hamlet gives his own life to set things right, and the very heavens celebrate the justice of his cause. Life on earth may be full of injustice, but in the Western imagination truth and right prevail in the end. You may not believe that, but for three thousand years it was an immensely humanizing way to see the world.



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