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走運

這個世界上,已經沒有比在走霉運更糟糕的事情了。這是我最近得到的一個結論。只好調整心態了,山不轉人轉咯。實在沒辦法。

另外一件事,我認為人是明知故犯的一種生物。從大事到小事也那樣。遍布各年齡層,不分性別職業膚色背景,一個樣。當然大罪就難說,小事就一定。大家都覺得無所謂啦。那些不被法律約束的事項更是嚴重。婚外情,都知道是錯的,明知故犯。青少年的婚前甚至未成年性行為,也一樣。棄嬰,賭博,一蘿蘿。我們的藉口都是,沒關係,一次半次。再不然,那麼多人也那樣,他們都還沒中,我不會有事的啦。也可能是,他們有事是因為不夠聰明,我就吸取教訓的啦。明知故犯的下個步驟,一定要是自欺欺人,才能繼續經營。

也許這個世界上有些東西是注定,但是我不會向命運低頭。至少不是這個年紀。這個世界有沒有公平?司法盡了全力還是無法達到百分之百的公平和公正。而自古以來我們都相信時間和天是最大和最後的主宰者。

Lugkius

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The Holy Empire of Lugkius is a tiny, safe nation, renowned for its compulsory military service. Its compassionate population of 9 million are fiercely patriotic and enjoy great social equality; they tend to view other, more capitalist countries as somewhat immoral and corrupt.

The government -- a sprawling, bureaucracy-choked, socially-minded morass -- concentrates mainly on Public Transport, although Law & Order and the Environment are secondary priorities. The average income tax rate is 36%, but much higher for the wealthy. A robust private sector is led by the Gambling industry, followed by Book Publishing and Pizza Delivery.

Cars are banned, all major public areas are watched by police surveillance cameras, organ donation rates are among the lowest in the region, and meat-eating is frowned upon. Crime -- especially youth-related -- is well under control, thanks to a well-funded police force. Lugkius's national animal is the Sheep, which frolics freely in the nation's m…