What they had done was not good enough.

哈哈怪 评论 狗镇 4 2013-04-24 00:42:58

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:45:09

I believe smashing them is less a crime than making them. I am going to break two of your figurines first, and if you can demonstrate your knowledge of the Doctrine of Stoicism by holding back your tears, I'll stop.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:45:20

There's a family with kids. Do the kids and make the mother watch. Tell her you'll stop if she can hold back her tears. I *owe* her that.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:45:53

All I see is a beautiful little town in the midst of magnificent mountains. A place where people have hopes and dreams even under the hardest conditions.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:46:33

I'm not that stupid anymore. I've found out that people are the same all over. Greedy as animals. In a small town they're just a bit less successful. Feed 'em enough, they'll eat till their bellies burst.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:46:48

Although using people is not very charming, I think you have to agree that this - specific illustration has surpassed all expectations. It says so much about being human! It's been painful, but I think you'll also have to agree it's been edifying, wouldn't you say?

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:47:00

If there is any town this world would be better without this is it.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:47:44

How could she ever hate them for what was at bottom merely their weakness? She would probably have done things like those to be fallen her if she had lived in one of these houses. To measure them by her own yardstick as her father put it. Would she not, in all honesty, have done the same as Chuck and Vera and Ben and Mrs Henson and Tom and all these people in their houses? Grace paused. - - - And all of a sudden she knew the answer to her question all too well. If she had acted like them she could not have defended a single one of her actions and could not have condemned them harshly enough. It was as if her sorrow and pain finally assumed their rightful place. No. What they had done was not good enough. And if one had the power to put it to right it was one's duty to do so - for the sake of other towns, for the sake of humanity. And not least for the sake of the human being that was grace herself.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:47:56

From a business perspective, your presence in Dogville has become more costly. Because it's more dangerous for them to have you here. Not that they don't want you, since they feel there should be some counterbalance, some quid pro quo.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:48:07

Of course it was all a load of nonsense. If anybody was capable of keeping track of ideals and reality, he was. After all, it was his job. Moral issures were his home ground. To think that he might doubt his own purity was really to think very little of him. Tom was angry. And in the midst of it all, he discovered why. It was not because of he'd been wrongly accused, but because the charges were true! His anger consisted of a most unpleasant feeling of being found out. It was all quite a blow to the young philosopher. And realistically enough, he thought that if the doubt was already present, it could grow. Perhaps so great that one day it would prove detrimental to his entire moral mission.

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哈哈怪 (“行”“影”不离) 2013-04-24 00:48:23

-You do not pass judgement, because you sympathize with them. A deprived childhood and a homicide really isn't necessarily a homicide, right? The only thing you can blame is circumstances. Rapists and murderers may be the victims, according to you. But I, I call them dogs, and if they'are lapping up their own vomit the only way to stop them is with the lash. -But dogs only obey their own nature. So why shouldn't we forgive them? -Dogs can be taught many useful things, but not if we forgive them every time they obey their own nature. -So I'm arrogant, because I forgive them? -My God. Can't you see how condescending you are when you say that? You have this preconceived notion that nobody can't possibly attain the same high ethical standards as you, so you exonorate them. I can not think of anything more arrogant than that. My child, you forgive others with excuses that you would never in the world permit for yourself. -Why shouldn't I be merciful? Why? -No no no... You should be merciful, when there is time to be merciful. But you must maintain your own standard. You owe them that. You owe them that. The penalty you deserve for your transgressions, they deserve for their transgressions. They are human beings. Does every human being need to be accountable for their actions? Of course you do. But you don't even give them that chance. All that is extremely arrogant. I love you. I love you. I love you to death. But you are the most arrogant person I've ever met. And you call me arrogant! I have no more to say.