November 22, 2010
Two Coins to Pass

Turns out Charon is not just a character in a story, he's a guy with a boat on a river in China. So, does his charging for his service make him a greedy monster, or is it what keeps him and his family from starving? And just what, pray tell, makes your judgment valid, and mine not? And why, exactly, can't we push the power to judge down as far as it will go, until it's between just him and the parents who have to look at what he rolls over?

You can silently push me away, sir, but that makes my pins no less sharp.

Posted by scott at November 22, 2010 08:29 PM

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