I will never be able to keep count of how many times this post has been
made, nor how many times I have made it myself. Never the less, the
slipping standards of the Every Man and his dog will never cease to amaze
me. Despite the hypocrisy involved here in pointing out (and therefore
stepping out of role) the fact that Avalon is a world of words. It is a
world of imagination. Every word you see, fires a reaction. Good or bad.
I for one, whenever I see, 'Ive' instead of 'I've' do my best not to
utterly destroy the mortal involved. I find it sickening whenever I see
people not care about the way in which they present themselves. And in
Avalon's case, care about the words they offer up to their peers, betters,
and subservient a like.
In this instance, I can not help applauding Magdalene on her thankless
crusade for a more noble, thoughtful and subsequently coherent Avalon.
I suggest you acquire a more wordly view before criticising the indignant
response of one individual who is utterly shocked by what is found.
Notice the 'suggest' in that sentence. I'm not demanding the end of the
discussion just because I've expressed my own, highly personal, view.
That said, I would certainly be more happy to see the sharp minded populate
this world, instead of the lazy self indulgent 'we're having a lynching'
type that jump on the band-wagon whenever this topic rears its head.
Mephisto, god of the night.
Written by my hand on the 6th of Mournsend, in the year 1097.