On Thu, 28 Mar 2013 11:01:54 -0400
Carol Moore DC <carolmooredc(a)verizon.net> wrote:
May she kick a little censorship butt all over the
planet - in fact most
or all of it!
If she can, then it sounds good. All the power to her, and good luck on her
future endeavours. I noticed that people who have the right attitude, can start
from being "awesome" and become more and more "awesome" in time
popular belief that your mind must deteriorate with age).
Censorship deserves its ass to be kicked, and I think that trying to block or
filter the Internet in the name of "think of the children" or "preventing
copyright infringement" is stupid and will likely be futile (as the recent
revolution in Egypt proved).
(Kiddie porn and Network/Cable and internet porn
depicting torturers and
cannibals at play, especially on female bodies, really has to be
eliminated but do we really want the violent state to do it?? Boycott
NBC's new HANNIBAL show for starters. UGH!!)
I personally don't think that any content, however deemed inappropriate is a
sufficient reason, for enacting censorships, or using Artificial
Ultra-Stupidity (UAS) to try to filter it. While Alice Cooper
) is pretty mainstream and
respected today, back when he started he was considered very bad culture - see
("Sam the Eagle vs. Alice Cooper").
Similarly, the early http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Python
considered very bad form, profane, and rebellious, and now
is a British Knight ("Sir John
Thing is - provocative art pushes the limit of what we consider "moral" or even
"ethical", and I hope it's for the best -
The parallel existence of two concepts of perfection, one strict ("perfection,"
as such) and the other loose ("excellence"), has given rise — perhaps since
antiquity but certainly since the Renaissance — to a singular paradox: that the
greatest perfection is imperfection. This was formulated by Lucilio Vanini
(1585–1619), who had a precursor in the 16th-century writer Joseph Juste
Scaliger, and they in turn referred to the ancient philosopher Empedocles.
Their argument, as given by the first two, was that if the world were perfect,
it could not improve and so would lack "true perfection," which depends on
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