8:40 p.m. February 4, 2013

George Ruggiu, Genocidal Prince of Dorkness

People love to lie about “dark” stories. Usually there’s not much darkness in them, just standard human behavior: wiping out an enemy tribe, wanting to screw somebody socially unacceptable, killing a competitor. Those stories may not be pretty, but there’s nothing “dark” about them. You can see the same stuff on any Nature documentary, and with better-looking mammals playing the lead roles.

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