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#893535 added October 3, 2016 at 10:13am
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Human Nature
Prompt: "In so complex a thing as human nature, we must consider, it is hard to find rules without exception." George Eliot
What do you think makes human nature more interesting: Its compliance with the rules or its deviations into exceptions?

People who break the rules are more interesting but not when it comes to murder, kidnapping or vicious crimes. People who defy the government, well that's just funny. Goody two shoes can be boring but like when I was in school, I never got in trouble. I followed the rules. I studied, did activities and Beauty Pageants and girls I work with are rough and were always in trouble at school. They call me a Goody Two shoes. At work. I try to follow the rules and not cause any problems. In school, I wish I could have caused sit ins and protests but that wasn't me. I like reading about others who do things like that as long as no one gets hurt.

Like the Patty Hearst thing in the 60's. She was kidnapped and brain washed to be bad. If her life was threatened, maybe this is why she did the things she did. Like watching TV Shows. They break the rules and we are entertained. I don't like crime shows. Other shows I love and if they break a rule or two, it can be funny. Like I said, if no nice gets hurt, it's interesting for a person to break a rule or two.

A Jane Austen Cookie Cutter.

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