posted on Feb, 26 2019 @ 09:49 AM
a reply to: network dude
Gonna get a bit philo-so-fickle on ya here...
I grew up in a rural area where animals outnumber people by probably a hundred to one. There are probably ten times more deer in a mile radius of me
than people by a 10:1 margin. So obviously I grew up understanding critters. They can be dangerous... a rattlesnake can bite someone who didn't even
know it was around before the rattle went off, and inject enough venom to kill a herd of elephants. A water moccasin will also kill with poison, and
it will actually aggressively chase anyone around out of its territory. A black bear will rip someone to pieces for being too close to her cub. A deer
will attack if it feels threatened, and they have very sharp hooves and bucks have those racks that can easily impale someone. A squirrel can inflict
a nasty bite. A raccoon can whip three hound dogs if cornered. Heck, threaten its children and a damn rabbit will try and attack with those
Animals can be mean little devils when they want to.
But the meanest and most dangerous of all are the animals who walk on two legs. Unlike the rest, these two-legged animals called "humans" will deceive
a person into being attacked. They will set up ambushes. They maim and kill for pleasure instead of out of self-protection or for food. And if there
is green paper to be had, they will perform some of the most atrocious acts one can imagine. It's not about survival for them; it's about hate for all
They tend to gather together in locations called "cities," apparently so they can be easier targets for each other. So I avoid cities. Everyone