posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 10:17 PM
reply to post by myselfaswell
I have researched the odds of an ewe conceiving a geep naturally, next to Zero, but life always finds a way to push forward beyond our understanding
of impossible obstacles. Sure, good ole' Paddy may be a scamster. He may be a farmer. He might be both. Maybe he faked the whole thing. However, it
breathes and it runs. If it is a scam, it is a damn good one. No, it is a GREAT one, surely worthy of a wink and nod, maybe some pub, maybe some
money. We all have paid for parlor tricks at some point in our lives.
I choose to believe LIFE, however improbable, always beats the odds. I like the longshot geep, whether real or not. It is ironic that we humans hope
we ourselves are the worthy longshots, but we entertain cynicisms of a geep. Even if this little geep is fake, I choose to believe geeps are real. The
homophone nature of "geep" does not prove a hoax. Sheep and goats, and their hybrid offspring possibility have been around much longer than investment
scams called geep.
I do not have a stake in this reality or scam beyond speculation. I say "HELL YEAH!" to the possibility it beat OUR odds.
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Boscov because: (no reason given)
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