I have no tolerance for people who hold a superiority complex over others. What fulfillment do they receive from making people feel lower than them? We all came from the dirt and will return there. No one has it all figured out. How is one life better than the next? What criteria could possibly be used to gauge someone’s worthiness or importance? How can we be anything but kind in a world so cruel? We need humility and compassion. Please get off the pedestal.
Penders' work has inspired me to come up with a theory based on the Eight Deadly Words (AKA I Don't Care What Happens To These People). I call it Four Deadly Words of Dialogue (working title), "Who Talks Like This?" It's a little tough for me to gauge exactly what's wrong with Penders' dialogue beyond it being cliché, but I can still tell he's crap at writing.