9/16/2011

Why No Good Deeds Go Unpunished

Email Sent in by Clancy:

Hey Clancy.

Thanks for writing. I looked at your profile and liked most of what I read. The part I didn't like was the part where you mention that you've done volunteer work for cancer and heart disease charities. You come across as sanctimonious. I'm not going to give you a goddamn gold medal for being a good person.

Here's a clue for you, Clancy: the world is a horrible place. No amount of money or charity or lack of breast cancer or disease will change that. Nature will just find new ways to hate and kill us. I don't need morons like you to tell me how to be better in a world that makes it impossible for me to be better. Live your own life, Clancy! Stop imposing your will on people who don't give a rat's ass, you patronizing dick.

Mindy

7 comments:

  1. Huh, this comes across as far too well written to be simple trolling.

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  3. People like this is exactly why the world is a horrible place.

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  4. I agree with the Gnome; generally the thing horrible human beings hate most is reminders of how awful they are. It causes cognitive dissonance.

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  5. ^^^Mindy=major downer. She's jealous cause she doesn't do shit to make the world a better place.

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  6. But how cool is Clancy for doing charity work? Bravo!

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    1. I don't know. I have friends who do this sort of volunteer work, and while I greatly appreciate them for doing it, there's part of me that also thinks they're enabling a broken system, in that it should ideally always be possible for people to actually get paid reasonably for what they do.

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