posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:56 AM
What exactly does that
mean? That you do eat poop and dry hump your visitors? I thought most people didn't do those things.
Well I hope it's comfortable up there on your high horse riding double with the guy that never dry humps visitors.
Anyway, Cesar Millan on "The Dog Whisperer" is a genius when it comes to dogs, and he's always saying one of the biggest mistakes people make with
their dogs is treating them like humans. He runs a dog psychology center and assures people that dogs are much happier and get along better with their
owners if they are treated like dogs, and the guy gets results...usually by retraining the humans, to stop treating the dog like a human.
on 8-10-2013 by Arbitrageur because: (no reason given)
I don't think the article said that "dogs are homo-sapiens", it says they are people.
There is an obvious difference between species, but that even if they are different species, they are both sentient and are capable of emotion.
What is it that differentiates a human from an animal? Most people will say a soul, but it is, imo, dubious to infer that all people have souls. Why
is it that if people can have souls, that animals can't have souls?
What is it that really makes animals have less right to live, and what makes them inferior on a moral basis?
Most animals are dumber then we are, but then again, I know a lot of people who are dumber then some animals I have met.
I think, the real difference is the opposable thumbs and a brain wired to use them.