Mimsy Were the Borogoves

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The Gods of the Copybook Headings

Jerry Stratton, November 8, 2012

I’m not the only one who thought of Rudyard Kipling’s Gods of the Copybook Headings this week. Instapundit also linked to Bruce F. Webster’s photo-illustrated version of the poem.

Bill Whittle also, around 21:00, talks about the desire of evil to pretend to virtue, covering similar issues to those I covered for role-playing games in spotlight on evil. Evil must pretend to be virtuous, and it must pretend that virtue is evil.

Folks, math will have its day. Whether it has its day with terror and slaughter is up to us.

“Go out there and be happy. And if you can’t be happy, act happy, because people are depending on you.” (1:26:26)

November 27 update: added Bill Whittle’s recitation of the poem.

In response to Election 2012: The Long Hot Summer: For election blogging outside of California.

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