Monday, May 03, 2010
Hello from A Comparative Study of Death
I'm in my Anthropology class, and we have another hour to go. The subject of tonight's lecture is "Escaping Oblivion" and we are talking about life after death. It's a fascinating subject. We have watched a few minutes of Betty J. Eadie's "Embraced by the Light" video. This room is full of fairly smug atheists, and it's so easy for them to be cynical and act superior. What a buncha crum bums. What the hell are they doing in an anthropology class? Friggin' idiots. Most of them are grad students too. How can you study something that is a universal human experience and be so friggin' cynical? Well, I just think that they're a bunch a bombastic turd-waggers. Now we're gonna watch some work by another anthropologist who worked with dying children at Children's Hospital here in Seattle. Maybe these fuckers will be able to accept some of it.
I'm listening to what's going on so I won't write any more for the moment. I have to write a long paper for this class and I'm looking forward to it.