The common root of politics and religionIf I had to choose between fame and infamy, the latter would be the more appealing choice. Becoming entangled in politics is one way to achieve it, but religion is preferable because it's more likely to get you killed. While the need for this level of negative attention may fly in the face of reason and logic, there's nothing reasonable about politics, either, which is where the whole thing begins to make sense.

Reason and logic are similarly useful for proving and disproving the existence of a supreme being, so I know I'm on the right track. It tells me there's a common root of reason that connects politics and religion, although I'm not entirely sure how it works. I just know it does.

I mention these things because rupture is imminent, and even though I don't quite understand how that works, either, it doesn't sound good. I've seen what happens to a balloon when it springs a leak, and it frightens me.


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