Junk Email I like to read
I know it sounds crazy that I would like to read junk email. Because I don’t. Mostly I just delete it all. However, I did get one piece that was extraordinary. I actually read the entire thing. I will not include the link to the sales pitch which was cleverly embedded into the story. And please, don’t send me things like this because most just ends up in my trash folder and if it is not sent there automatically, I send it there myself.
I am only including it here because I like the creativity of it all.
Anyway – here is the email I received.
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There can be no reasons
There is no absolute basis for ethics. It is all subjective and it’s all situational. Get over it and get on with trying to be a good person.
The main drawback of being a “philosopher” for a living is that you have to deal with minutia experts. These are people who are a bit obsessive about making sure everything in their philosophy fits perfectly. Even if they like something and agree with it in principal and practice it as a person, they feel compelled to seek out the nooks and crannies to satisfy themselves that everything is as they should be. What they seek is a perfect philosophy. The problem is that there is no such thing as a perfect philosophy.
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