dammit this sword is completely worthless, it’s been forged
i might survive
don’t tell me either way, i’d rather be with you
one of the most interesting things about my internship are the people who come into the office to talk about things with the solicitor-general
police, the crown solicitor, the director of public prosecutions, the attorney-general, political staff, various crown lawyers
just a lot of cool stuff going on
oh no that neckbeard blog it’s so bad, cringe after cringe, but i can’t stop reading it
'australian coal industry on the verge of moral collapse'
this was a kind of funny headline, because to me for a moral collapse to happen you’d need to first be in a position of more than neutral morality. not a paragon, but at least like… have a recognised code of conduct or ethics.
i’m not even trying to say that, y’know, being the coal industry they have an obviously negative moral character for environmental reasons. i’m considering this at the level of neutrality.
it’s like ‘trampoline industry on the verge of moral collapse’
like did the trampoline industry have any moral position to begin with? they don’t seem like the kind of thing that you think about as either good or evil. it’s just some very nebulous group
i think it might be a sad reality that i’ll never be able to tumblr like i used to. i just have no time. i miss it quite a bit, like in the glory days of following every little thing that was going on n stuff.
that reminds me, when i say ‘it is clear’ or words to that effect, sure it’ll often mean that it actually is clear and doesn’t need discussion
but it also sometimes means i can’t elaborate without exceeding the word limit, or i can’t properly articulate why something is the case, but i firmly believe it to be so and i think you ought to as well, and it’ll help with what follows if you do