I was walking into a building and noticed something that wasn’t like anything I’d seen before. It was a desk. It was huge. And it was made from a material that wasn’t a common desk material. It was a metal desk with a very low chair. And it was a desk made entirely of metal. I thought it was odd, and at first I couldn’t figure out where the desk came from.
A large number of people on Twitter are currently wondering what the desk is. The most common assumption is that it has to do with the law. What is the law? What do you do when you break it? What do people do when they break the law? What do we do when we break the law? What are the penalties when we break the law? I have no idea.
The truth is that law is pretty boring. That’s why there are so many laws. I mean, we can go all day discussing the differences between laws and statutes and whatnot, but I haven’t had it in my own life to spend a lot of time exploring the subject. I guess the answer is that it’s just a big boring subject that most people know next to nothing about.
I know some of you are probably saying to yourself, “What? You just gave me a whole list of the different penalties for breaking the law.” That would be true if I had just looked up the different laws, but I actually have an extensive knowledge of laws, and I have been breaking them all of my life.
I’m assuming you would say that you know the law, but I would be careful to say I know that you know the law. That is not a good thing to say since you are likely to be prosecuted for it (if you are a law abiding citizen). A little history: I have never been criminally prosecuted for breaking the law.
As a guy who breaks the law all of my life, I have to ask if I would have had an easier time with breaking into a place I know is not my own.
To you, breaking the law doesn’t feel like a crime. It feels like you are just an asshole. But to the law abiding citizen, breaking the law feels like a punishable crime, and you are a human being just like everyone else. The only difference is you are the one who breaks the law. I would also say that any criminal who breaks the law is probably not a good person, and I wouldn’t care if they’re a serial killer or a pedophile.
If you break the law, you are a human being that deserves death. You deserve it. But you are a bad person, and I wouldnt mind if you were a human being.
In addition to being a criminal, you also are a person who deserves to die. If you are a criminal (or any other person who would be punished for breaking the law) and you break the law, you are deserving of death. You deserve death.