"Evidently popularity=virtue" - McQueen Main Entry: vir·tue Etymology: Middle English virtu, from Old French, from Latin virtut-, virtus strength, manliness, virtue, from vir man ?more at VIRILE Date: 13th century 1 a : conformity to a standard of right : MORALITY b : a particular moral excellence 2 : plural : an order of angels ? see CELESTIAL HIERARCHY 3 : a beneficial quality or power of a thing 4 : manly strength or courage : VALOR 5 : a commendable quality or trait : MERIT 6 : a capacity to act : POTENCY 7 : chastity especially in a woman - vir·tue·less /-(")ch?-l&s/ adjective - by virtue of or in virtue of : through the force of : by authority of I guess popularity might be considered a 'virtue." It all depends what your values are. I favor competence, honesty and decency.
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