No Celery Please – NYC Edition!

1, 2, 3?

Posted in Uncategorized by noceleryplease on June 25, 2009

I’ve read quite a few things this week where someone has done something heinous and they have been described by other people as

“a good person who made a bad decision”.

It got me to thinking… how many times is a “good person” allowed to make a “bad decision” before that person stops being described as “Good” and becomes…

“A selfish jackass who hurts people because he/she doesn’t really care about the consequences until he/she gets caught”

This has no impact on my life at all, and the situations I read / heard about are people far removed from me… so I have no stake in whether they are described as “good” or “bad”

It just got me to pondering, is all.


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  1. Ron said,

    I’m thinking frequency of actions is key. If you have acted decent for the majority of time that people have known you and then do something really bad you can pull out that get out of jail free card. The question is how much are assholeness are you allowed? An act once a month? Once a quarter?

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