[extropy-chat] (no subject)

Olga Bourlin fauxever at sprynet.com
Sat Sep 30 06:34:01 UTC 2006

From: "The Avantguardian" <avantguardian2020 at yahoo.com>
Sent: Friday, September 29, 2006 12:44 AM
> --- Olga Bourlin <fauxever at sprynet.com> wrote:
>> And, yes ... what is it good for? Absolutely
>> nothing! :)
> That, like the physics of all else, depends on your
> point of view. To quote Seneca the Younger, "Religion
> is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise
> as false, and by rulers as useful." Christianity
> proved useful to both Constantine and Bush.

Oh, I brought those "absolutely nothing" words into the fray ... a reference 
to the old Bruce Springsteen song:

What is it good for
Absolutely nothing ...:

... not that I'm any kind of music expert or music listener.  I'm very 
susceptible to ear worms.  Even thinking about (not necessarily listening 
to) certain familiar popular songs gives me a bad case of ear worms:

Even avoiding music whenever I can ... the worms still manage to crawl in 
from time to time (as when the "absolutely nothing" words came to my mind).


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