But if we betray B., for whom we betrayed A., it does not necessarily follow that we have placated A. . . . The first betrayal is irreparable. It calls forth a chain reaction of further betrayals, each of which takes us farther and farther away from the point of our original betrayal.
Saturday, April 17, 2010
- Name: Christopher Zane
- Location: Texas, United States
I <3 coffee.
Blogs I Read:
Offcial Criterion Blog
The Criterion Contraption
Go Jetta Go
Good Magazine Blog
Green Cine Daily
Lan D. Ho!
The Rest is Noise
Sam Sanford Blog
Winds of Change
Arts & Letters Daily
Bill and Erik
Cuvee Coffee Roasters
Gorilla vs. Bear
OOD Web Design
The Perry Bible Fellowship
A Softer World
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- The shape I'm in
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