Wednesday, May 5, 1993


by Henry David Thoreau

The perfect example of the out of touch philosopher. Filled with irritating, condescending pieties about work, from a man who mooched off of others. He is contemptuous of the average man, and has strange ideas of what would make the world work if everyone were like him. The man is clearly a lucid thinker, but practicalities are not his strong suit.

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