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SUFFERING

	What I really really want to do is hurt something.  An animal for 
instance.  A cat or a puppy. Something big enough to really feel it, but 
too small to fight back. And that'd make a lot of noise: yapping, 
screeching; frantic desperate pitiful cries.  So that anyone hearing it 
would feel sorry.  Or maybe just get upset and wish it would stop.
	Because people don't really care if someone else suffers, not most 
of them, but if you really disturb them, if you make it harder for them 
to concentrate, on their chocolate bar or their romance novel or on 
pictures of their girlfriend all tied up and loving it, well, if you 
make it so it's hard to keep their face down, with their mouth wrapped 
around whatever it is they're trying to taste, to suck out the essence 
of, well then they won't like it, in fact they'll get very mad at you, 
and think you're a terrible person, and get up all outraged and all, and 
say, "Hey you, what are you doing to that poor helpless creature? Can't 
you see it's SUFFERING?"
	Which at least is something, isn't it? For them to at least notice 
that?



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