Thursday, May 12, 2005

Covington's Conundrum

Hi, guys:

Okay, my brilliant noggin has thus far formulated two mighty aphoristic theorems, Covington's Paradox and Covington's Corollary.

Covington's Paradox is: "The Cause is so right; the people in it are so wrong."

Covington's Corollary is: "Just because the people in it are so wrong, doesn't mean that the Cause is not right."

Now these two bits of eccentric Covingtonian brilliance are joined by a third: Covington's Conundrum, which goes something like this:

"The System is designed to PREVENT the very thing we are trying to accomplish. Why, then, do we persist in attempting to work within the System?"

Cogitate upon't.


Anonymous Redbeard said...

This is the number one thing I try to teach anyone who will listen.

One cannot shrug the bonds of a corrupt system while holding fast to that system.

We must seperate completely!

1:44 PM  

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