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Evil or Boring All novels all poetry are built on the never-ending contest in ourselves of good and evil Everyday we see people acting like good citizens They arent going out and building houses for starving orphans with AIDs but they arent going around causing mayhem either So since they arent doing anything wrong we group them into the good category Because they could be doing something worse right We get used to people acting good and dont think too much of it As a result of this uneven arrangement of what is considered good and evil evil is rarely seen on a daily basis Therefore it the often the target of over-exaggeration and much more interesting stories To most people evil is unfamiliar and thus exciting as hell One example of how good can go unnoticed can be found in most every high school Just through gossip I can tell you who the sluts potheads racists and gay people are Not that I consider all or any of these people evil but to most these are the people to avoid They are the ones your parentschurch tells you to stay away from I dont know any of these people personally but I know more about them then I do most of my friends But if you asked me to name more then 3 people who are not one of my close friends and who achieved a 40 GPA are going to college are taking JC classes or have a job at the hospital I would be unable to I know more about the evil people their lives are just more fun to know about The same one sided knowledge can be found in history If you went up to a 6 year old and asked them what a terrorist was they could tell you If you asked them what Hitler did most of them would say something about the Jews On the other side
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