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Jonathan M Fisk
|Description:||278 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Whatup : punk rock John and the enslaving ex-Christianity of death --
Never follow a rule that follows your liver, your heart, your pancreas, or any other bodily organ that could conceivably have its mind changed by the shifting of the wind --
Never follow a rule that wasn't written in stone a very, very long time ago (doubly so if the grass is only greener on the other side because it's made of plastic) --
Never follow a rule just because it makes sense (especially if it promises to work because it makes sense [and especially, especially if it either contains the words "spirit-led" or can be entirely explained by a petri dish full of midichlorians]) --
Never follow a rule because it benefits you now (and if it mentions "abundance," run screaming from the room) --
Never follow a rule that has to start over (again and again--
and again--) again --
Never follow a rule that doesn't like rules --
Never follow a rule in order to justify yourself, seriously --
And so, never never ever landing on the wrong side of God's justice.