Logic and Life 101

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Twisted Logic

Even a pretzel isn’t twisted enough to describe what goes on in the mind of a guy like this:

http://www.sdnn.com/sandiego/2010-04-12/news/preacher-convicted-of-killing-wife-freezing-body

But it’s safe to say that somewhere in there he decided his beliefs took precedence over logic. And the faith of his victims surely made them easier targets.  “…a prosecutor told jurors that Anthony Hopkins terrorized his wife and young children, isolated them and used the Bible to manipulate them.” Of course he did, that’s pretty much all the Bible – and other religious books – are good for, and why they’re invented.

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