I thought it was very original, profound, thought-provoking, moving (I mean, it almost brought me to tears, man), beautiful, mysterious yet I completely understood it. Like, Aristotle would have lost his **** it was so philosophical.
*insert slow clap pic*
Wonderful. Absolute beauty.
Originally Posted by BobCox2
I'm too busy with the Harlem Shake meme to pick just one.
One of these things is not like the other...
Some people looked like they were doing The Bernie. Ah, a new silly dance craze I must go check out. >.> These young kids and all their kooky dance moves. :rolleyes:
although I really did like that Charlie Brown vid. XD
Didn't you know Coke is able to clean a car battery?
Something I heard as a kid... >.>
I actually liked the other video better. Hopefully I can export it to a .GIF animation sometime.
At any rate, I had a friend who left Diet Coke in a paper cup on top of an engine block in the Arizona sun, and it ate into the block over an unspecified period of time. I didn't see it, but my friend was a stand-up guy (link is to an experiment, not my friend - last I heard, he was in charge of violating posse comitatus in America).
There are a couple of species for which even regular sex means raping the female (squirrels IIRC) or killing the male (spiders, mantises).
Cats are torturing their prey to death
Male lions kill baby lions when they take over a pack
A lot of insects paralyze their prey and lay an egg on it, so the hatched larva eats the victim alive
Several animals are cannibalistic
Humanizing the issue (i.e. applying our morals on matters of "nature") is like missing the point. I might be disturbed by otters raping seals, but I'm not drawing any consequences nor will I act in any way. As long as humans aren't involved, animals can do among themselves what they want, no matter how terrible it may appear.
I think my posting isn't a weird thing at all, so I might have missed the point of this thread... and *catch 22* meet the spirit of this forum at the same time.