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Two Dead People

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Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain — and most fools do.

But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving.

I got that from the book “How to Win Friends and Influence People”. (This book is very dear to me because it helped me change the way I view other people — it changed, to a large degree, my cynicism.)

In the same chapter where I got that quote, the book says this:

“God Himself, sir, does not propose to judge man until the end of his days.”

Ahhh!

Does that mean it is okay to judge people when they are already dead?

Okay… Let’s do some judging of some dead people!

Helen Gurley Brown is dead!

Hugh Hefner is dead!

We should be celebrating!

Two less…

Oh! They produced more people much worse than them?

But perhaps those people are not much worse than those two dead people.

They have seen the results of what those two dead people did!

I hope they will already stop propagating the legacy of those two dead people.

If only I were a very intelligent person…

… and knows machine learning,

… and knows how to create a virus,

… and knows how to hack computers,

… and knows many other great things,

… and don’t have anything else to do,

… I would create something that will scan all servers and destroy those ones that needs to be destroyed!

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I’m just joking!

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Or maybe I am not!

:laughing:

I’m just joking. Really :smile:

But I’m hoping that someone very intelligent will do…

Ooops!

I mean…

I heard one hacker in the past who said something like, “That would be revenge!”

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I’m just joking.

:laughing:

Please don’t.

Uncle Bob Martin said that those kinds of acts are unethical or something like that — dishonorable, he said.

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Please don’t.

But if you don’t care about this dishonorable thing

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I’m just joking!

:laughing:

Why am I blaming other people instead of mastering my own self!

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