Friday, April 8, 2016

What I wrote at the New York Times

This article, very well done.

At Chicago's Lincoln Park zoo I stood near a huge gorilla. We were separated by very thick glass. As I was talking to my friends the gorilla was waiting until I turned my head back to him. At that moment he got off his stool and threw his entire weight at me. Like the gorilla predicted I forgot about the glass and I was horrified. Then the gorilla laughed at me. I don't know if his laughter made any sound because of thick glass but he was obviously laughing because the practical joke he planned worked perfectly. This was an intelligent thinking creature.

We are one of the ape species. We are just one small twig on the vast tree of life. We are not the big deal most people think we are.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/10/opinion/sunday/what-i-learned-from-tickling-apes.html

What I wrote at the NYT got 69 thumbs up. If I wrote this at the WSJ journal the fucking retards who infest that place would be harassing me and stalking me for what I wrote.

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