Seeing as they are genetically modified beyond belief and practically inhuman. If they do, what do they see the emperor as?? I mean, he has been described as the fully evolved version of humans, right?
Just wanted to hear what you people thought about this quote. Do you agree?
I think it is in the context of people always wanting to blame something else [seemingly] outside of their control so they don't have to feel bad about themselves.
I guess I sometimes do the same (mostly with capitalism).
Here's the full quote:
"The destruction of the natural world is not the result of global capitalism, industrialisation, “Western civilisation” or any flaw in human institutions. It is a consequence of the evolutionary success of an exceptionally rapacious primate.
Throughout all of history and prehistory, human advance has coincided with ecological devastation. — John Gray, STRAW DOGS"
I have been trying to find out for months without any luck
I just don't get it,
the math is on our side, nothing illegal is going on.
GME is still somewhat around 120% shorted,
there are enough mad lads in here holding for dear life because at this point with the current loss makes no sense trying to save the last 10 bucks.
There ain't physically (digitally maybe) enough shares for the hedgies to cover
All we have to do is HOLD and the climb up is pretty much guaranteed because of math ffs.
The only catch is we have to have the numbers and given the recent crash, there's no doubt a lot of "comrades" have fled
Everyone knew from the get-go that some scummy tactics were going to take place at some point because fuck you the law applies differently to different classes (welcome to reality bitch)
Yet I keep on seeing lots of posts of people basically saying time to give up is over etc.
What I think we're lacking is a proper "promo campaign"
All the billboards are a great start, when the price was up to 350-400 it was mainly due to all the coverage this whole thing was getting.
Now that the hype has died down, it would need to be revived
Now more than ever is easy to get in with the current price per share of 60-50 bucks.
It's not even market manipulation because you just have to show the truth of the situation and expose the lies.
Hypothetically, those who drop some big bucks on GME should consider using some % of that budget towards ads, influencers, and whatnot
Remember the whole "Subscribe to Pewdipie VS T-Series movement" yea we need the same shit
You need to play the same game (no pun intended) that hedgies are playing.
You can literally just reframe the whole thing as it was WSB plan all along for this crash to happen to ppl can double down the investment at a much cheaper price.
I'm not a financial advisor, I just like the stock.
I'm retarded beyond recovery, I eat diamonds with my banana hands.
Why are you even listening to me? get help
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About 8.7 million species on earth, and an estimate of 80% still undiscovered.
What is the likelihood that we have not discovered a new species of mammal, primate, biped of over 200 pounds living in North American or asian forest ? Likewise the likelihood of a massive sea creature the size of a whale yet undiscovered ?
Myths like big foot or the Loch Ness monster usually ignore the fact that such creatures require a minimum number of individuals to survive, and that they will leave multiple evidence of their existence.
Can somebody explain the probability of such animals going undetected in the present day.
In Godzilla we learn that Godzilla's species is very, very old. So old that him and other giant monsters only feature in very ancient human legends - they're so old that Godzilla is the only member of an entire species of giant monster to survive long enough to make contact with humans (maybe, not sure about that); all the other God-Lizards died out long ago.
In Skull Island we learn that Kong's species is also very old and ancient, and that Kong is also the last of his kind.
And now from the latest Kong vs. Godzilla trailer we learn that Kong's species is so old they seem to have actually fought a 'war' against Godzilla's species, and may have even played a role in their extinction.
This brings me to a question. Exactly how old is Kong's species? They've at least been around long enough to fight Godzillas, in their 'current form'. Would they count as the oldest existing species of Great Ape? Is Kong actually a Great Ape, or this is just a case of convergent evolution. How is Kong related to humans - when did our lineages diverge? How would Kong fit into our understanding of primate/human evolution?
I live in an area with big troops of Macaques, and they eat almost everything in the garden. They are smart enough that chicken wire doesn't really affect them, and they live in large troops that can eat everything within a day(mostly fruit). Is there anyway to keep these monkeys out of the garden?