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Posted by S.H. Le on October 4, 2000 19:41:08 UTC

Thanks yan.
Generally, i`m inclined to agree with your statement that good behavior is reinforced in a society... that`s just the way things work to maintain that social cohesiveness among a group of people. However, i see no compelling evidence to see why the universe would care about pathetic us in the grand scheme of things. There`s some grand score card out there that simply keeps track of the day to day interaction of humans? Any kind of God that i could conceive of wouldn`t bother with trivial things like that.

And of course there are acceptions to this rule you`ve proposed. What about some innocent child that`s raped at a young age? The child didn`t do anything wrong... certainly the rapist may receive some measure of justice, but that isn`t fool proof. Where dwells the hangman`s hangman?

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