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coyote6 wrote:Unseelie wrote:"Power corrupts. Absolute power is kind of neat." - John Lehman, not John Lennon.
When I looked up the quote online, I found it credited to both Lehman and Lennon.
"Power corrupts; absolute power is really neat!" So joked Donald Regan, President Reagan's all-powerful chief of staff. The 1987 Gridiron Dinner audience roared with laughter because they knew it was true. So, too, did the classically educated gentlemen who wrote the U.S. Constitution. They knew also that Lord Acton's pre-Regan aphorism "Absolute power corrupts absolutely"was equally true. Franklin, Madison, Jefferson, Hamilton and their fellow drafters of the American Constitution disagreed on many things, but all agreed that there should be no absolute seat of power in the new government..."
Like all sensory effects, Super-Senses uses the sense types
described on page 68 as descriptors.
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