I often jot down ideas a pieces of dialogue that come to mind, and one such example from September 2013 came to mind in light of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, where the offices of a satirical magazine were shot to pieces and 12 innocent people murdered by thin-skinned religious terrorists:
I have to question the faith of anyone whose beliefs are so easily shaken by mere words.
Or in this case, pictures.
Just in case you’ve found yourself on my website for no obvious or apparent reason, it’s likely that you’re the victim of a scam which is targeting me along with several other websites. In the meantime, take a moment for calm reflection and consider more pleasant things. Enjoy the rest of your day!
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