Friday, February 19, 2010

Aesop




Any excuse will serve a tyrant

5 comments:

The Crow said...

Whenever I see the word "Aesop", I expect to see a picture of a fox.
I don't know what to make of this picture :)
It looks toxic.
As for the message:
A real tyrant doesn't even bother making excuses, does he?
One of the perks of being one, I suppose.

Don Stabler said...

The world is full of toxicity, tyrants or otherwise. what use does it serve as I just got hacked for the second time!! murderously sweet is their eventual demise.

The Crow said...

A thief, in the night, cares not
for the damage he does.
All he knows is his insatiable desire.
Easy to let his desire become yours.

Don Stabler said...

thanks for a lesson in compassion there Crow, but its so nasty to destroy and create trouble for an innocent person. next week I'll probably forget it and surf into the 30 page range wear the devils hide out. one click and its sirens and meyhem.

The Crow said...

Compassion be damned :)
Crows get as upset as humans under such circumstances. And just as vengeful.

But the wise may notice that damage piled upon damage is even more damage.

An opportunity to rise above crowness, or humanness, against all odds. Good luck with it!