|When logical justification becomes the only justification
||[May. 21st, 2009|12:34 pm]
♠Anti Philosophy♠ - Against Philosophy
Jack: Don't kill people.
Dick: Why not?
Jack: It's bad.
Jack: Because if you kill people, you land in jail.
Dick: No I won't. I'll do it in a really sneaky and stealthy way. Nobody will find out.
Jack: Yes people will.
Dick: No THEY WON'T. There are unsolved cases. Those people never got found out.
Jack: Well shit. It's just wrong, okay? Even if the cops don't get you, God will.
Jack: Nevermind. Killing is bad. Didn't your parents ever tell you that?
Jack: Didn't your friends ever tell you that killing is bad?
Dick: They say killing could be pretty fun, like in the video games.
Jack: How would you like to be one of the people that are killed?
Dick: I'm not going to be one of those people. Besides, if I die then that's just the way it is. I'm not as skilled. Isn't that evolution?
Jack: No that's not evolution. Anyways, back on topic. Killing is BAD. Don't do it. What if everyone does it? You'd be screwed.
Dick: You wouldn't, Jack.
Jack: That's not the point. The world is going to the shitters if everyone thinks like you.
Dick: No it wouldn't. Look at all the people in jail. I just won't be in it.
Jack: *Sigh* Look, do you know what's good and what's not?
Dick: Of course I do. People say things and change their minds about those systems all the time though, so why should I be an exception?
Jack: Because you would be a bad person if you're one of those people.
Jack: Don't you want to be one of the good guys?