Sunday, March 19, 2006


One thing I've learned about falsehood: it seldom is a complete falsehood. Almost always, it has a good deal of truth mixed in with it, especially in the early going. But that's just the bait; the Deceiver tolerates it, in order to get us to believe that the hook isn't really a hook, the fishline isn't really a fishline -- and the frying pan isn't really a frying pan.