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March 11, 2009 | 2,561 views | 1 comment

Man has the global opposable thumb and the ability to write a recorded history. What has man done with these to unique characteristics? He sits on the thumb rendering it useless while refusing to learn from the history he has written!

After mastering the art of ignoring the history he recorded, he becomes a politician so that the citizens reelect him even after seeing how boneheaded he really is!

I have to wonder that if man did lose his tail eons ago, it must have pulled a part of the brain out in the process.
 
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