22 Sep 2001
(updated 22 Sep 2001 at 05:07 UTC) »
Here come the carpet baggers...
Well now, Doc has managed to turn the attack on the Trade
Center into an "I told you so" on his gig. It's all about
conversations, Doc -- always has been, always will be.
Such crap. Even managed to slip in a link to the book, I
Doc, you were on to something good there for a moment,
then you just had to masterbate on it.
Of couse, Dave is
himself pretty-well too. F**king disgusting, IMHO. It was
great, marvelous really, that he made the effort to
broadcast stuff not found on the mainstream news. Once he
started patting himself on the back, however, he became an
opportunistic bastard. Sorry, but that's how I see it. And
this is just caving in. Why should the
march of technology slow down? It's just as important as
it's ever been.
These guys aren't great examples to follow. Do
selfless deeds and keep them to yourself. Weblogs
and "conversations" are interesting, perhaps one more than
the other. But -- and that's a BIG "but" -- watch those
Afterall, what motivates Mr. Laden if not ego? He
take credit for his deeds, so they do nothing for his cause
(at least, not his stated cause). It's all about
feeling important. Some poeople seem to need more of it
My theory is that there is a finite amount of ego in
world, and that it is hoarded at the expense of others.
Without enough ego, a person can be sloathful and generally
pissed at the world. Too much makes a person undervalue
others. So, leave some ego for other and use as
little as you can.