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Ep 211: Angels and Demons


“Don’t destroy another piece of my childhood so your plot can make sense.”

Everyday we get 24 hours older, I like to think as a constantly evolving human being, I am also getting 24 hours wiser. As much as we all enjoy reveling in this idea, it is not the case. The sad thing is, the more I think about it, the more I am starting to believe that the longer some people are alive on this planet, the more ignorant they become all the way until they are no longer able to take care of the most basic tasks assigned a human, such as feeding, grooming, speaking, and thinking. Are we made to de-evolve the longer we are alive? If so, then what sort of sick trick is this? Perhaps I am just confused, and all these retards that surround my day to day travels are in reality the smartest people alive. Perhaps I am the retard. I’ll tell you what, it pays to take a good long look at yourself in the mirror and ask one question. Are you pleased with how you have evolved?

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