The Philanthropic Sneak

The Orthosphere

If there are graduate students two hundred years from now, and if one of those graduate students sits down to write a dissertation on the morbid mentality of our times, he will have to devote a chapter to our curious combination of broadmindedness and bigotry. “In the early twenty-first century,” he may write,

“most men and women in the West were marvels of complaisance and clemency.  They smiled on conduct that would have caused their grandfathers to call the police, and their critical faculties were so strictly curbed by moral modesty that their motto might have been: Who am I to judge!”

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

71 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.