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wraub

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Yamaha Rider

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Disclaimer: I DO NOT AGREE WITH HIS METHODS
However Ted Kaczynski (the unibomber) was right. Technology will be the downfall of humankind.

On a lighter note....Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wrote a fabulous book called "Frankenstein". If you've not read it I highly recommend you do. It is not about a monster. It is truly a sad story of a person who was different and mankind rejected him because of his difference.
Well that is my literary advice this go round. Later folks.
I thought it was a drumkit that was different - and rejected by everyone except hipsters.
 

Yamaha Rider

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Forget about whether humans are the smartest beings in the universe. Just take a look at our dogs (if you have any). If we're so smart...
A. Why do I have to feed my dog? Shouldn't she be taking care of me?
B. My dog lays around the house all day. My wife will walk over and give the dog some pettin'. If I lay around the house all day...she yells at me.

It seems to me that dogs have it all figured out.
Spoken like a human who's clearly never been owned by a cat.
 

Yamaha Rider

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Forget about whether humans are the smartest beings in the universe. Just take a look at our dogs (if you have any). If we're so smart...
A. Why do I have to feed my dog? Shouldn't she be taking care of me?
B. My dog lays around the house all day. My wife will walk over and give the dog some pettin'. If I lay around the house all day...she yells at me.

It seems to me that dogs have it all figured out.
 

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GetAgrippa

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It's amazing both dog and cats evolved the ability to domesticate humans to be their slaves. They even tricked us in thinking we actually domesticated them and they serve us. ROFL.
 

someguy01

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Way off topic, but I'll get this in before the lock. CNN is reporting that a case of bubonic plague has been confirmed in China:

We've had outbreaks of plague in the prairie dog population here in CO. Never a threat to humans, but they did take the time to warn pet owners, especially dog owners.
 
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