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Dexter and the Moral Dead End

The final episode of Dexter on Showtime was a brutal end to a murderous season.  Dexter, in case you don’t know, is a television series about a vigilante killer who works for the government solving murders while secretly killing murderers.  The show celebrates the thrill of the kill.  Dexter is a needlessly bloody show filled with few surprises, but the final episode was made more interesting by a rabbit punch killing.

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The Census Hangman

Census worker Bill Sparkman was found hanged in the backwoods of Kentucky.  He was 51.  Was Bill’s death born of institutional hatred or did he die because of a misfiring consciousness?

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Nicholas Hughes as Genetic Suicide

Do we kill ourselves because of an involuntary dedication to the cause found in our DNA?  If you look at the sad and sorry life of Nicholas Hughes, you begin to ponder the undeniable mandate of predestiny.

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Spitter Rage and Michael Arrington

Michael Arrington of TechCrunch was undeservedly spat upon in Munich.  After tossing a loogie Arrington’s way, the Raging Spitter fittingly disappeared into the crowd.

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