posted on Aug, 19 2019 @ 01:37 PM
Perhaps time to rework Richard Bach's Jonathan Livingston Seagull
In this version Jonathan never learns to fly, because he gets too fat.
But he realizes it was actually much better than his seagull ancestors, who had to brave "air-jaws", wild cats and coastal hunter-gatherers.
He would like to come back to the parking lot of the McDonald's again in his next incarnation, and his self-satisfaction leads to a karmic loop, in
which, eventually universes are destroyed and re-created until he can once again return as seagull at the McDonald's.
I enjoyed that life so much - I see no reason to move on.
By the way, can one make "foie gras" from seagull livers?
This seems like the perfect way to fatten up the "golden goose" without putting them in cages and shoving pipes down their gullets.
Get the birds to fatten themselves by choice.
Who can complain about that?
Woke fat acceptance for all species these day - or not?
edit on 19-8-2019 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)