Um... did you know Down with Monsters: A Spartan Buddha Fairytale is out and available now? If you stumbled upon this website by some Disney-like miracle, then you might of not. But if you've been blessed with the awareness of Spartan Buddha previously, then I assume you did. Good for you either way. You should read the book before you die. You know, sometime between now and one of us being buried in the ground. Then we can talk about it, the book or the afterlife. I promise.
I've been wonder which Brad Pitt character was tougher: Brad Pitt's bareknuckle Gypsy boxer in Snatch or bareknuckled anarchist Tyler Durden from Fight Club? One was a bare knuckle champ and the other got beat up in the basement of a tavern and laughed about it. Hmm. I'm going to go with my gut and say Benjamin Button. Oh hey, what's this thing: Down with Monsters
Down with Monsters: A Spartan Buddha Fairytale
I had a conversation with a 80 something year old man from the future that told me he made this book 50 years ago and it's sold 96 billion copies since. He would like to say to you all, THANK YOU.
Batman is about a domesticated boy grieving over his parents death by creating himself into a wild man. He's wild in the sense that he's above the law. He created his own set of rules and moral codes. Batman answers to NO ONE but himself. He has no god. On one hand you can say that Batman is miserable because he's obsessed with fighting crime. But on the other hand, you can imagine that he gets a kick out of running the Batmobile over Killer Croc's leg and fracturing the Riddler's floating rib with a well placed kick. Then he finishes the night by going back to his mansion and pouring champagne on supermodels to maintain his secret identity.