EYEFUL TOWER: Musings

On Lack of Warnings

by  Sam C. Chan
 

August 3, 2007

Right from start, in 2002, when I conceived the idea of Eyeful Tower, I made the conscious decision to never tag specific articles with warnings of potential subjectively objectionable content, on principle grounds. To do so would send the wrong message, contaminate and defeat the purpose, and ultimately be redundant.

The whole point of ET is to be provocative. It does so by taking an honest, non-sycophantic stance, on issues often watered down or swept aside, twisted or otherwise disguised.

Please, don't confuse honesty with negativity.  Learn the difference between the virtue of "obscenities" and the obscenity of "virtues."

By definition: Incisive, truth-based analysis makes many uncomfortable. I certainly don't seek to offendI just don't feel compelled to sugar-coat everything, or to lie.

If you're narrow-minded, hypocritical, egoistic, evasive, hyper-sensitive and easily offended, you should refrain from visiting entirely. You won't find any spoon-fed demagogic rehash of phony politeness here.

On the other hand, if you are open-minded and welcome refreshing views, not afraid to confront basic ugly truth, able to voice disagreements and articulate your justifications, exchange and debate in earnest, then this is for you.

 

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