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1/10/06 1:43 AM
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a) to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune? b) to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing, end them? and why?
1/10/06 3:29 AM
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(2B OR not-2B)
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c) to man up and kick the shit out of your rat bastard uncle, who murdered your father and is now shagging your mom. Assuming that 'c' is not an option, I'd say go with option 'b'. As Aristotle says, there are conditions on which life is not worth living - in these cases, suicide is a beautiful thing. Consider Cato the Younger. The only reason Hamlet does not go with 'b' and kill himself is his fear of the afterlife. That's not noble. Christianity ruins nobility.

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