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    Sunday, January 25, 2009

    Signs of Evolution or the Borg have arrived!

    So I have noticed something I find interesting. As a child I remember seeing deer on the side of the road as somewhat of a fearfilled event. You never knew wether they were going to randomly jump out infront of or into your car or start to run across the road then come back at you from the other side, there was really no telling. But nowadays I see deer standing on the side of the road, and they look both ways (I kid you not I have seen this) and if a car is coming the just calmly stand there and watch it go past then walk across behind it. I explain this one of two ways, either it is a sign that evolution is occuring through natural selection, the smarter deer survive because they dont get hit by cars the dumber ones are killed so their genetic material doesn't get past on. This proposition is scary because it means we are soon going to get freakishly smart deer that not only understand not to run into cars, but also know how to hijack them and will some day take over the world. Perhaps option two might be better, the borg have arrived... in deer form. They have a collective conscience that eventually learned that cars travel for the most part on roads, so to avoid cars, avoid standing on roads when cars are coming, but if you are on the grass you are ok. This proposition is similiarly frightening, the thought that when one deer knows something they all do is... in fact... terrifying. Think about it this way, your grass tastes particularly good to some deer one day, next thing you know ALL THE DEER come to eat your grass. You no longer have a yard, just a dirt patch covered in poo. Granted this will in a year or two be very fertile ground, right now IT SUCKS!!

    P.S. Warm Flaky biscuits are the shit. Anyone who tells you otherwise should be dissasociated with immediatly and outcast from society. They don't need to be eaten with a meal, or with anything, they are just... AWESOME!

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