If it's not love, what's going to bring us together?
Never thirsty! (post: 1595228) wrote:3 Amen!
That one wasn't a rhetorical question, bub. Got another answer?
Anyway, you bombed the '90s British proto-indie-rock test, buuuuut I'm'a give you another chance: the literacy test.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Leo Tolstoy, Alexandre Dumas, Victor Hugo, Charles Dickens, Emily and Charlotte Bronte (acting as two separate entities), Jane Austen, Lord Byron, Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Frederich Nietzsche, Karl Marx and Herman Melville are all in a wrestling ring, set up for a cage fight. In the center is a small collection of period-accurate melee weapons, which are not blunted or in any way modified to decrease their lethality. For exactly twenty minutes, they are allowed to attack each other in any fashion they feel fit - no holds barred, etc. William Shakespeare, Maya Angelou, Sun Tzu, and Herodotus will be judging the fight based on style and damage done.
Based on all this, who do you think will survive the fight, and who will win it, and why? (Assume that all authors have written the books for which they are famous, so you can't say stuff like "well, David Copperfield totally blew, so if Charles Dickens bites the dust it won't exist!") This time, there are no wrong or right answers, so have at it.
We are loved even though we suck.
Psalms 37:37 (NHEB)
Mark the perfect man, and see the upright, for there is a future for the man of peace.