Thursday, September 29, 2011

Gorzo the Mighty defends the nonsense of the Wuxi China Expatdom

In an interview with Wuxi China Expatdom blog, Wuxi China Expatdom King Gorzo the Mighty defended the seeming nonsense that goes on in the Expatdom as reported by the Wuxi China Expatdom Blog.

Beginning with a quote from GK Chesterton: "The well-meaning person who, by merely studying the logical side of things, has decided that "faith is nonsense," does not know how truly he speaks; later it may come back to him in the form that nonsense is faith."

"The quote" said Gorzo, "should be emblazoned on a Wuxi China Expatdom coat of arms, if we ever get around to making one!  When I became King of this glorious Expatdom, my philosophy was to have faith in my subjects.  And my faith has paid off in a lot of nonsensical behavior, that sensible people would want to make a law against.  

Well, we don't make these kind of laws and we are the only liberal democracy on the planet that has had thirty thousand percent annual growth in GDP!  If the meddlers of the world, like President Obama, only had faith in their people, they would find the job of ruling and having a wealthy jurisdiction easy as pie!

Nonsense is the wealth of life and the only true way to increase GDP.  Logic is life's poverty:  that is, logic that doesn't see the logic of being nonsensical and marrying your underpants!  I believe in the la-de-da-la-ness of life unlike those who hm-hm-hum-humbug everything and end up polluting the river of life.  By falling in love with the stuff you have got, you don't make the mistake of hating what you got, and spending all your life grasping for something that isn't there.  Better, I say, to put your underpants on your head, celebrate the victory of a Wuxi China Expat at a music festival, laugh at Germans, and live under the neighborhood bridge than to spend your life hoping you will have enough money to go to the place that everyone, who sees themselves as being rational, says you should go!"

After saying this, his majesty ran backwards and then sideways out the door.

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