Enough said. We're not living in some Nietzschian hell hole where nothing matters. There are objective pillars for good, and pillars for bad, as well as a lot of space in between but the pillars still exist. They are the standard through which we judge the actions of others and of ourselves. I've stayed quiet on this for the most part because this is deep enough to reach the levels of our worldview but I'm willing to bet there are more people out there than meets the eye that agree with me.
Edit: Let me say here that this conversation stems from the point Scathlock was making concerning Kayle and Morgana's story, stating that:
> As we've said many times - "good" and "evil" are relative