Gagwheeze on Despair and SlothMy Dear Skagtroph,Gagwheeze on Despair and Sloth by Exphilius
Everything is clearly going well. I have read your latest report and, with exultation, I discovered that you have been carefully and methodically whittling down your patients' sense of self-worth and meaning. This is simply excellent news! I knew that the advice in my last letter would assist you. With the aid of the poor economy and job market in your patients country, and with the assistance of constantly reminding him that he will never get a job with his chosen academic major, (that vile and completely aesthetic one known as 'English Literature') you have successfully convinced your patient (in his mind, but not yet his heart) that everything he has done over the past four years has been meaningless and that he himself is meaningless as well. Congratulations my dear nephew! You now have your patient well in hand and down the road of Despair! Well done, my nephew! Well done!
It was well worth the wait, wasn't it? To think of all we had to put up with while your pa
'The Explotation of Intellect' (part 1) by GagweezMy Dear Skagtroph,'The Explotation of Intellect' (part 1) by Gagweez by Exphilius
Yes; in answer to your previous inquiry, your patient's current state of political and moral confusion is ample time to press home your advantage in commandeering his mind and, ultimately, obtaining his soul. Muddling his mind on issues the humans think are of great importance and keeping his thoughts away from eternal issues that really are important ought to be the most basic and first hand of knowledge of your fuddling training at The Tempters College. Indeed, it must have been one of the very first things you learned while enrolled there and I am absolutely shocked to find you are writing to me in need of assistance on what seems to me one of the most trivial and favorable situations we have seen in your patient thus far.
No matter. I see a weak point in your patient, and the revelation of such a point could give you great advantage in your later years of fuddling his mind. So for the betterment of the both of us (and, of course, for the praise of our Father belo