7 February, 2019

The Homeless are More Important Than Our Plants?, or, There Are No Losers Anymore (Except for the White Males in TV Commercials)

Posted by Socrates in egalitarianism, equality, homeless, human equality, humor, Socrates, Western decline at 4:06 pm | Permanent Link

In the old days, before the Age of Human Equality, whenever the temperature in our city dropped to freezing (32 degrees), the local media would warn people to cover their plants with sheets or blankets, so the plants wouldn’t be harmed by the frosty weather.

But today, we live in the Age of the Homeless (i.e., Homeless By Choice). Today, bums are saints. Ever since 1990 or so, whenever a freeze is coming to our city, the first words out of a sexy reporter’s mouth are always “freezing temperatures are here, so the city is making massive efforts to protect the homeless from the cold weather.”

In other words, the homeless have become more important than our plants. How did that happen?


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  7. 3 Responses to “The Homeless are More Important Than Our Plants?, or, There Are No Losers Anymore (Except for the White Males in TV Commercials)”

    1. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      This seems to me to be a rather harsh attitude toward human beings.

    2. Socrates Says:

      It’s a joke…more or less…

    3. fd Says:

      People talk to their plants. Maybe I should.

      Food, clothes and shelter. Anything beyond that in the natural world is luxury. Some men fill their belly with pudding — roll over and die.

      Mr. H. was homeless in Vienna. “The hammer stroke of fate which throws one man to the ground suddenly strikes steel in another.”

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