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There will always be rebels. Poor girl has no clue to the desires of her own gender. So sad it's funny.
originally posted by: skunkape23
I'll be the first to open a "bro"thel on the rez.
The idea of having chicks lined up at the door with cash in hand for some sweet lovin' sounds pretty appealing to me.
I'll be there in ten minutes. Leave the door unlocked and the chocolates on the counter.
originally posted by: Hefficide
Back from the store with 27 bottles of wine, twelve pounds of chocolate, and enough bubble bath to make the Pacific look foamy...
The rest of you are on your own. I think I'm safe.
“The old adage was as long as he was interested in sex, he wasn’t interested in you. But if he lost that other interest, you had to be careful,”
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: SearchLightsInc
There is a better, more ethically valid, and genetically advisable option than the one being suggested by the insane woman in the video, linked to in the OP.
The colonisation of space. This would result in a great amount of the population being free to go to space, to live in stations, or on bases on The Moon, Mars, perhaps even Phobos depending on the viability of that particular rock as a habitation zone, and that is leaving alone the fact that if we poured more resources into advanced propulsion techniques, we could be in a position to send manned ships into the wider galaxy in a hundred years or so.
Personally speaking, I would favour expansion over retraction, if only because doing so would promote the following things:
The urge to explore
Unity of the species
The lack of freedom, even in the free world, the stifling of the urge to explore, the stumbling blocks placed before discovery, the crushing of intellectualism in the media, these things all play into the disunity of our species. They are by no means the only things doing so, but I think that if more were done to expand the horizions of the human experience, beyond the realms of ground and sky, that the rest would be much easier to deal with.
You also have to consider that with the human race distributed throughout a greater proportion of space, the liklihood of the entire species being wiped out by a cosmic event, would be greatly reduced. As it is, the entire species could be practically ended by a cometary impact next week, and I highly doubt the ISS would survive the sheer amount of fragmentation that would be let loose by such an event. If, however, we were to expand beyond our current horizons, it would take an event of much greater proportions, on the level of two solar systems colliding, to pose a similar risk.
If we concentrate all our efforts on navel gazing and stripping the human race down to what amounts to silent running, for the purposes of pleasing (and I hate this phrase intensely, but it is the only one which fits) this feminazi monster, then those things will not happen, and all that will come about is the most miserable future that one can imagine.
Our destiny as a species is greater than as a part of some horrific self imposed eugenics experiment. I believe that we have a responsibility to our potential, to do better than this, to expand our population beyond our atmosphere, to explore and discover, and to do so as a united species, embracing our differences, whether they be ones of faith, colour, creed, or gender, and by way of respect for one another along the exact same lines.