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Monday, October 31, 2005
Everyone develops reputations, often unknown to their bearer. I have recently become quite worried that very insignificant habits of mine are attracting enough attention to alter the consensus view of my character. The worry is totally unfounded but present nevertheless.
An example: I've noticed recently that in e-mails I am averse to incorporating multiple arguments within paragraph structures, instead opting to break them out into independent lists. A simple
Terribly sorry, but I'm going to have to cast you out from heaven. You did try to usurp My supreme and most divine authority and I need to set an example for the other seraphim. No hard feelings.
I am going to have to proceed as follows:
1. Cast you out from heaven
2. Let you fall from grace
Reasons for this course of action include:
1. Punitive: attempted usurping of My authority, which is a) supreme and b) most divine
2. Preventative: setting an example amongst the other seraphim to avoid future rebellions
This trait has me scared of being talked about behind my back. Possible derogatory nicknames hypothetically being bandied about include The Enumerator or The Notorious 1.2.3.
Posted by morland @ 10:17 AM
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Posted by: dr. glasses on January 23, 2006 11:55 AM
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