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    No, I'm not talking about the super cool TV show that aired in the early 90's, but actually the "Scales of Good VS. Evil."
    Here's an interesting site I found discussing the top Evil people of all time in comparrison to the top Good people of all tiime.
    The author encourages your input, though I did not e-mail him anything you may want to.
    At any rate, I thought some of you might find it interesting.

    http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/pickover/good.html
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    Not bad. You think we would have more good people in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gakusei View Post
    Not bad. You think we would have more good people in the world.
    We probably do, but most folks tend to remember the bad more than they do the good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    We probably do, but most folks tend to remember the bad more than they do the good.

    That is the truth... We always remember the bad over the good. It's like an exercise in finding what you like and don't like about yourself. In most cases the dislikes are close to double or triple the amount of likes.
    "Fear is the true opiate of combat."

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