Final Exam review – submitted circa 80-85 AD

Did you feed the feed the hungry & thirsty?
Did you befriend strangers?
Did you clothe the naked?
Did you visit the sick and imprisoned?

We should clarify that anything other than a yes is considered, but not known absolutely, to be a failure. It should also be noted that during the latter half of the 20th and early part of the 21st centuries, Western Civilization-based individuals from increasingly secularized societies made an impassioned plea for an exception to the consequences associated with answering no to the above questions. It was argued that the no-late-fee maintenance of hefty mortgages in affluent neighborhoods should be a permissible substitute for a no answer to any or all of the above questions.

This came to be referred as the Yuppie Nuremberg defense [see Nick Naylor]. Whereas the ‘just paying the mortgage’ replaced the ‘just following orders’ rationalization. There is no known ruling on the above petition, so proceed accordingly.

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About Jorge Costales

- Cuban Exile [veni] - Raised in Miami [vidi] - American Citizen [vici]
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