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rules for the weak and powerful


Rules and laws have their place in society, and might have some measure of value.

They certainly protect the weak. Or, maybe it’s a matter of enforcing the will of the elite or powerful.

That polarizing way of thinking has sinister and unfortunate implications either way you look at it.

Or, you can take a light hearted view around the dogmatic elements of rules as George Carlin often has.

Good and dear friend Keith Sciulli reminded me of this bit by George and his canny take on those Ten Commandments:


“Some parents deserve respect – most of them don’t.”

“Religion has never really had a big problem with murder.”


I recognize this is going to rile some folks – certainly many whom I both greatly value and even might admire. Nonetheless, I miss George for his insight, perspective and spin. And, I would not be a representing Heterodox (or, a right and proper Jeffersonian thinker, for that matter) if I did not stir the pot given any opportunity.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

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“rules for the weak and powerful”

  1. Avatar August 12th, 2010 at 6:05 am Steve Jobs uses the iPhone and Flash to demonstrate Leadership « The Unsinkable brian cork Says:

    […] And, it’s part of being a Heterodox. […]

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