Maybe it is better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven.

We are having a great time in cash, taking simple hit and run plays in both directions while the sheeple participate in this joke of a game. Good luck to all you "stock pickers" out there - the market is now a currency game and nothing more. We shorted NFLX with $175 puts yesterday on the morning pop and had a double by lunch - is that how things are supposed to work? While we are proud of ourselves as small investors to get these great daily wins - there are massive hedge funds catering to the top 1% as well as sovereign wealth funds who are making the same kinds of gains but with leverage that lets them make billions, not thousands!

We are just trying to make our 2.5% per month to stay even with real inflation but hyperinflation will make that useless too and, while we already have our lists to keep ourselves ahead of that game - what will happen to the bottom 99% of this country - the people who can't afford to buy options or commodity contracts or take 5:1 margin at the broker? "Better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven" was not stamped on the back of our currency by the founding fathers but it is the path that the top 1% of this country has taken...

Speaking of those who rule in Hell - XOM's profits surged 55% this Q to $7.35Bn on a 16% increase in revenues. That's right, it's all gravy once oil gets over $75 a barrel and XOM bought another $3.3Bn worth of their stock (more than 1%) this quarter to keep those earnings "." I was going to make a point about all the politicians that own stock in XOM, BP and others but the link has been redacted and can only partially be viewed in Google's cache (which I am sure will be redacted now that I've pointed it out). This is the problem with doing research into a lot of these things, they bury it as fast as you can dig it up...

Besides, "Better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven!"

Their dogma (“better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven”) just got run over by their karma.

Better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven.

Zod then pulls out a that takes away both his and Clark's powers, preventing them from ascending up into the portal like the others. Zod then says, "I told you, I'm not going anywhere!" As it begins to rain, they engage in hand-to-hand combat, with Clark saying that Zod knew what would happen. Zod exclaims "Better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven," then slashes Clark with the dagger across the chest, then on his forearm. Clark removes his jacket in order to block the dagger. Zod tells him to fight like the humans he loves and lunges at him once again, with Clark blocking with his jacket. He manages to get Zod to drop the dagger after slamming him to the ground. Clark scrambles for the dagger, but Zod bashes him with a chunk of rock sitting nearby. Clark quickly recovers and lands a powerful uppercut at Zod. It seems like an even match until Zod quickly gains the upper hand in the battle and attacks multiple times with Clark fighting back as best he can.

“its better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven” john milton

Patriots QB Tom Brady said the Pope is a big deal, but he puts his faith in Bill Belichick…as John Milton wrote in Paradise Lost: ’tis better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven…

20,000 years ago Grandpa Lucifer said it's better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven
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“”It is better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven

High school yearbooks are filled with guys like Joe Henry, the teenager at the troubled heart of "Joe the King." He would be the one with a gray square reading "picture not available" where his graduation photo should be. The one with nothing listed under "Activities." The one who writes defiant adages under "Motto" like "It's better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven."

I guess that he figures it's better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven

Better to rule in hell than to serve in Heaven

Even the episode of Jesus being tempted by Satan on the temple pinnacle [Matt. 4:5-7] was mimicked by Lomax in the role of Jesus (now there is a real counterfeiting - the son of the antiChrist in the role of Jesus?) and his prospective new boss, John Milton (Al Pacino) in the role of Satan (or the antiChrist -- what difference it made in the story was invisible). The mimicry came as Milton and Lomax walked out on to the top of a skyscraper rather than a temple pinnacle as Milton offered the city below to Lomax instead of the world.. In whatever form, the "Satan" in this movie, Milton, offered all that was at Lomax's feet to him to join: all of Manhattan and beyond. And I somehow very much doubt New York is the Holy City in Matt 4:5. I wonder if there is any design to using the name "Milton" -- a Milton wrote "Paradise Lost" from which came the now famous line of supreme arrogance [Isa. 13:11]"It is better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven", a line which was used in the movie.

It's better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven

Maybe it is better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven

Satan is the man. It’s the personification in daily life of our conflicts. In some ways, we talk of him like a friend who brings you a choice. I’m not a Christian so I don’t think always that the Devil is a mistake, because in some certain ways religion can’t explain to you the right thing to do. Lucifer is a romantic world to explore. He is the imagining of the rebel. Milton talks about him in the perfect way…better to rule in hell than to serve in heaven.