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Thursday, 23 February 2006

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Darwin

Thats always made alot of sense to me. Survival of the fittest. Our problem is that the compassion of the fittest keeps the not-so-fit alive!

heihachi

The problem is the fittest always have somebody they want to haul along with them. Wasn't that a Simpsons episode? Lisa gets to go on the escaping rocket and can't leave her retarded family behind. Usually the people we don't want to leave behind are the children, the elderly, the helpless, etc. (All the people that should be darwined off the planet long ago.) We're just a bunch of big softies.

Maybe we could just go halfway and put all the warnings in words with no pictures. Literacy rates would go way up, if only through attrition.

dcepticon

While I am never one to argue with thinning the herd, do you realize how unattractive the world would be without the stupid. All those beautiful but vapid people who we would lose over night because they didn't know not to have the toaster plugged in when they were retreiving their pop tart. All of the luscious luscious pieces of eye candy who would over dose on Nightquil.
Remember there are more stupid people then there are smart people and if just one of them caught on, well let's just say at least one of them is in a very powerful position and the another one has been known to indiscriminatly shoot people.

Q5Go

There are some very valid points there!

1) There are some stupid people worth having around to look at. very true.

2) "Maybe we could just go halfway and put all the warnings in words with no pictures. Literacy rates would go way up, if only through attrition" -WONDERFUL IDEA!!

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