10 06 11 - 22:03Bitter humans specialize in hating all of humanity instead of just hating the human failures.
"Hate everyone equally," they say -- that way, they are not judged for their individual failings. It's all or nothing.
Anyone saying that has something to hide.
On the other hand, there are those who demonstrate the best in humanity:
In one respect, the corpse flower truly is the living dead. Cultivated individuals almost without fail begin dying hours after the spathe unfurls. The titan arum here in BBG's conservatory is no exception. Around 10 p.m. on 29 May, its spadix collapsed. That devastated Niu, a BBG horticultural specialist, who had raised the titan arum from when it was a mere tuber. "She cried all night" after the spadix crumpled, Guo says. "It was like it was her baby." - Science Fag
This is for a corpse flower.
A story will abduct our consciousness; we get lost in the struggle of other life forms for adaptation and supremacy. Or just to live.
It's one of the things that keeps me liking humanity: that we give a damn, on some level, that all the good guys win.
At least, the good humans think that. The rest are too busy telling us how equal we are.
Paltrow normally tackles nothing more controversial than the latest macrobiotic diet or where best to erect a yurt in Southern England.
But Gwyneth says she felt compelled to address the provocative topic because of a statement her seven-year-old daughter Apple made one day when she came home from school.
'When my daughter came home from school one day saying that a classmate had two mommies,' she recounted in the newsletter, 'my response was, 'Two mummies? How lucky is she?!'
The Hollywood star - who is married to Coldplay singer Chris Martin, 34, also voiced her distress at a wave of homophobic attacks and teen gay suicides that occurred in America in recent months. - The Daily Anal Violation
Repeat after me:
We're all equal = I am afraid I am not equal
Quacks like Gwyneth Paltrow have too much money and time and no real purpose in life. Actors are, after all, whores. They mimic the emotions of others for money. If faking an orgasm is prostitution, acting is anal prostitution to the ninth degree.
They are like full-fledged versions of the drama queens most people become when they fear they are no longer, you know, "relevant."
Claudia Smith, 66, went into an Everything A Deal store in Oceanside, California and bought $2,200 worth of clothing for other customers.
She said that she had lived in San Felipe, Mexico, for several years and wanted to buy things for 'poor Mexican women'.
The San Diego Union-Tribune said some women blushed at the swear words Ms Smith used during her time at the store, while she also criticised men and dispensed nonsensical advice.
The 66-year-old did not reveal where the money had come from or why she decided to be so generous.
She told crowds outside the store: 'Here I am -- happy, joyous and free!' - More Daily Rectum-Finger
What a wonderful... nutjob.
Instead of investing that money in infrastructure, she gives it away in a method that makes her feel the most dramatic.
While using offensive language, because it's her moment... it's all about her.
These poor Mexican women are just her tools. She's using them as symbols of how free and generous she is.
In her neurotic failed life, which certainly includes a divorce and lots of drama, she has nothing.
So for a moment, she will feel like Jesus on the cross, and will put it all on the credit card she'll flake out on soon.
These are the people who want us to know we're all equal.
And then, there are those who simply want to root for the corpse flowers that gave it their all.
I know which group I always want to side with.