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“To be free requires cognizance of not just one’s unbeckoned volitions and appetites, but release from these constraints. And when you cast off your social and self-imposed burdens, you find and recognize, at your core, your most basic motivators and natural self. Even the most groomed beards reflect this primeval stuggle for freedom.”

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Rearing a Beardivist #11

When a young child asks “Father, no matter how hard I try, my beard won’t grow.  Why me?” he responds “Fear not, young one, for there is no shame in this.  Whether or not your follicles choose to whisker is beyond your control; what matters is only that you have chosen to give them the opportunity. A beard is a state of freedom more than it is a badge of honor.” If your other children have been likewise afflicted, consider adoption.

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LOW: On Free Will

Bleu Will existance as a wedge of cheese and the religious ramifications omnipotent free will

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LOW: On Fairness

Justice why life is unfair mathematics beard comic

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January , 2013 · pm

“Blame not the bearded man for he is but the vehicle of his whiskers’ volition.”

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