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06-26-2009, 02:09 AM
La Vida es Sueño
Join Date: Sep 2007
Good point, Knight. A couple of years ago I did a lot of research on Ted Bundy, and in fact even when he was convicted, nobody believed he could have been capable of it. And that the authorities had captured the wrong man.
Appearances can be ever so deceiving.
Although I would suspect somebody to be some way or another, I would never dream of labelling them as such purely based on suspicion and belief. There are certain things we as humans use to judge what is normal and abnormal based on our
narrow, and predominantly subjective beliefs of what constitutes normality.
I am sure we can all agree that Michael Jackson was abnormal, as I mentioned in my original post, but to go from abnormality to being labelled as a child molester? Big,
step and of course very dangerous and damaging.
Suspicions (And of course the curiosity that engenders), however, are natural and quite healthy, as they allow us to discover the truth of a matter if we're so inclined.
The man who comes back through the Door in the Wall will never be quite the same as the man who went out.
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