A load of plants are a load of bollocks! Pardon my language, but I was horrified by what I read. They've been making out that they exist when they don't! They're saying "yeah, I'm this plant, amn't I not?" Well, no, you're bloody well not, you're some other plant, you yourself don't exist! They reckon that there's actually a third as many as they thought there were, and they're going to work out what's what and tell us what the real ones are and what phoney names the ones that were pretending not to be them used. It's better for working out what's endangered and that. But might there be a downside? I mean, we don't know the reason for the pretence. Maybe there's some stigma attached to some plants. There was no wordplay there, just ignore the botanical meaning. Some of these plants were trying to make a new lives for themselves, where they wouldn't be prejudged, and we come along and ruin it. Shame on us!
There's a lot of criticism of the government's plans to cut back the National Health Service to kill off the poor quicker. Some of this criticism is justified. But it cannot be denied that there is a lot of waste in the NHS that can be cut. How else do you explain the fact a fifty million year old snake is being given a CT scan? "Oh, you rotter," I hear you say, "why do you hate snakes? Snakes have a right to exist." Oh, hold your horses, you. It's not about that. I'm not bothered about it being a snake. My problem is that it's been dead for millions of years. There's no point running expensive tests on it to find out what's wrong with it - what's wrong with it is that it's been dead for millions of years - it's not coming back. It's fossilized, that should have been a clue. What a waste of money. Now, if a bloodsucking fly had drunk its blood and then got preserved in amber, it would be a different story.
And finally - my brain is great! Here's why. I was reading a piece I had set aside to cover on It Is What It Is. It was about the brain, how a certain part of the brain is more developed in people that are better at introspective, reflective thinking. People who assess their own decisions in a more awesome manner than others. As sometimes happens I read the piece and in the end decided that it wasn't worth covering after all. But then I realised, that was just the sort of thinking that they were talking about, so then it was worth writing about!
that's all from me for now
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