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  #225 - Priorities                                                                   New episodes Monday, Wednesday and Friday
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Friday, March 9, 2007

TODAY'S NEWS: Hey, if you're a Webcomic Artist, I'd like to have YOUR Cybernetic Characters appear in a special Ask Dr. Eldritch comic on March 19th! Robots! Androids! Intelligent Appliances! Computers! Cyborgs! If you'd like to particpate, or want more information, email me!

When I witness people doing something improper or rude, I'm often tempted to say "I hope you get what you deserve." That's really not a comment that anyone should be able to object to. If they've nothing inappropriate, it's a neutral statement. It's only a negative if they know they did something wrong. And it's not like you're saying "I hope you're trampled by buffaloes, you moron!" (although they might actually deserve that). No, the sentiment is that they receive no worse than what is justified.

I think most people severely misestimate their karmic credit balance, particularly those who have the largest amount of karmic debt. I don't really understand how people can be cruel, narrow-minded, oppressive, mean-spirited, insensitive and greedy, and yet still believe the Universe OWES THEM. So a prompt balancing of the books might seem to them to be beneficial. For most people, it's actually a fairly harsh punishment.

On the flip side, I hope I get what I deserve! That would be GREAT!

Thanks to everyone who has been voting at the ranking sites! Right now we're at 32! Let's all vote on Saturday and Sunday, and see where we are on Monday. Perhaps in the TOP 30!?! Could be...

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