Friday, June 03, 2011

Jack Kevorkian died

How odd that a man who so enjoyed killing the pysically and mentally ill decided to die in his hospital bed of natural sickness. It's rather like the environmentalists who fly their jets all over the world and live in huge mansions yet begrudge the rest of us a car and home bigger than a hut. In the end he was a hypocrite as well as a creep.


Anita Moore said...

At least his refusal to take his own life left him with one less offense against God to blacken his soul with at the end.

I'm not sure which is worse: the squalid, pointless deaths this serial killer prepared for people, or the fact that so many people admired his nonchalant disregard for the commandment against murder.

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

His refusal also helped to discredit his bad stance.

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

Generally, I like Astrid Lindgren, but she was, alas, for euthanasia.

Brothers Lionheart is generally a fine meditation on Apocalypse, but the end is bad.