Reflections in a Petri Dish | So… Spinoza and Pythagoras Walk into a Bar.

Dog Poet Transmitting…….

Occasionally and… these days, more than occasionally, you run into a certain amount of hysteria where people take their own idea of the meaning of isolated events and use it to ramp up something that hasn’t happened yet but they need this kind of thing to reinforce their projections of things and maybe it validates something when you are in bed with Alex Jones and you make at least 6 figures a year and well… the beginning number is not ‘1’. You will note from this article that it’s all about things coming, supposedly but… are not here yet.

I’m not saying things like this don’t happen or that they won’t increase. I don’t know but… at least I have the grace to say this. Sensationalism is not my bag. I have an aversion toward cherry picking things that sell ideas that might be but haven’t been yet. Sure… we all know that there is shit flying around all over the place and there are big fans set on high but the shit has not hit the fan yet.

You don’t have to break into homes to get food in this country; not yet anyway. There are countries where this kind of dire circumstance is in play. This country is not one of them. There is food to be had and when you are in a bind due to OTHER drives, maybe you do break into a house. You will note that they took the man’s wallet… that is presented as a ‘by the way’ incidental to the event. They broke in for food and the wallet just occurred as an afterthought.

via Reflections in a Petri Dish | So… Spinoza and Pythagoras Walk into a Bar.

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