Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by proletarian, Mar 2, 2010.
The more I observe them, the less sense they make.
More competition for Froggy.
Huh? I don't follow.
People make superficial attempts at socialization and cooperation, yet they still war amongst themselves.
They loath to see their neighbor starve yet most don't think twice about an entire continent starving.
They make some attempt to discern the nature of the world around them when they are young, but they come, as they age, to abandon this quest, seemingly losing the desire to understand.
They'll make attempts to improve their immediate condition with little or no thought to long-term consequence (EG: Keynesian economic practices, environmental devastation).
They'll spend their entire lives looking for other consciousnesses, either alien or supernatural, yet few ever truly attempt to understand their own existence or the true nature of their own race.
Rare are the socialists, the moral philosophers, the humanitarians among them. Oft are the wars.
You have absolutely no idea what other people do or do not do. You just make sweeping generalizations based on your own ideology. Carry on.
I just try to ignore them. If they give me trouble, I inject them with venom using a spur on my hind limb and then laugh as they writhe in pain.
Is this venom available on the 'net? I gotta get me some of that!
Commies are strange..
Until Scientists can formulate a substitute, I can supply you with some for a small fee.
Unlocking the mystery of the duck-billed platypus' venom
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