Definitions

Prejudice – n. A kind of intellectual laziness born of inadequate hardware, outdated software, faulty input, or the defining human capacity, indifference to the truth.  It can thus be argued that machines are naturally prejudiced by their naivity. Cynics and Idealists, however, take the long road of having developed “views”.
Idealist – n. A dangerous form of idiot with no endemic home territory, save the habitual sphere of the middle class. His working class equivalent is known as the cynic, but is otherwise indistinguishable from his more affluent counterpart. The two terms are often used by those whose opinions are unencumbered by consequence.
Right – adj. The delusion that one’s prejudices are more apt than those of the opposition.
Righteous – adj. A pathological derangement caused by a belief in the above.

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