2008-12-02

Speaking of dreams, didn't anyone ask the terrorists in Thailand or in India what they wanted or what they were doing it for?  There must be some kind of reason for them to validate what they have done / are doing.  It strikes me odd that we don't know exactly what their reasoning behind it is.  How about computer hackers and virus makers?  Haven't the police caught them and asked them why they would intentionally create something that breaks down instead of builds up, that destroys hard-working people's efforts rather than helping them, that is clearly evil instead of good?  What?  How come nobody knows why bad people exist?  How come we haven't simply lined them up in a public square and shot them all?  Why?  I would seriously like to know.  why the wrongdoing?

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