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Re: Berg had the moral standards of a reptile

Posted by on November 16, 2005 at 11:21:59

In Reply to: Berg had the moral standards of a reptile posted by CB on November 15, 2005 at 09:34:15:


I saw a nature show on cable about bees, and how the drones get their genitals literally & audibly SNAPPED OFF after coitus with the queen bee, and drew an inevitable comparison to the one-person's-genitals-ONLY analogy in TFI, centered around what Berg had set up for himself, and what followed with Zerby and her bee-atch "Peter" (isn't that the diminutive for "pecker" or something?).

Anyway, a couple of days later, I saw anther nature show about how some insects, as well as some reptiles, believe it or not, have life-sustaining bacteria in their POOP which gives their offspring a temporary immunity boost, kind of like human babies get from their mothers' breast milk for about 6 months, but far less complex, like to the nth degree.

My opinion? We're "fearfully and wonderfully made", and we are not animals or insects, although we can choose, and have chosen in the past, a rather low-life way of living, till we came to our senses.

Some were fed the poop by their parents, and had no choice at the time, but now feed themselves what THEY choose to eat, not insect-shit, or lizard-shit.

I am thankful.

Analogy? Hmmm. "I am a Toilet"--see good spoof on figuratively eating TFI fecal matter.

It does equate to the lowlife mentality of the still-committed TFI-er, IMO.