Senseless sarcasm : Fractured wisdom
Contrary to popular belief, I’m not a know-it all.
I’m a know-it-some.
Intelligence is highly overrated. Being intelligent and choosing to be ignorant is far worse than being unintelligent and trying to learn.
I think highly of a janitor who worked hard to learn that skill, and have little use for a man with an IQ of 160 who lives in his parents basement playing video games.
We could learn a lot from cats. They have the intelligence of a rock, but they understand how to mesmerize the human: purr loudly, meow softly, and sleep cutely. If your human is untrainable, look for another one. After all, there’s a sucker born every minute (my apologies to P. T . Barnum).
If I had a dollar for every mistake I’ve made in my life, I’d be living here:
Question: If there were a contest to decide who’s made the most mistakes in life, who do you think would win?
My choice: The universal mind. Anything that could create Adolf Hitler, serial killers, pedophiles, stinging nettle, wasps, and mile-wide tornadoes can’t be right in the celestial head.
If I don’t wake up tomorrow, it meant the the universal mind was not happy with my choice.
Make your choice in the reply section below. Have fun with it; after all, no one lives forever.