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undergroundpanther Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-29-05 05:39 PM
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97. Well to argue
Against stealing you acted in disgust at all the thieving animals.

I said the analogy of the dominating chimp to point out hoarders off property act like animals.

If you want to be better than a chimp..Don't do the animal thing,do the human thing.. GIVE stuff to people that are desperate,give when you are afraid.. Give when animal survival is prompting you from a place of advantage to hoard what others need...

That's what it takes to be MORE than an animal.

We are all going to die regardless..And when we die our hoarded property what becomes of it?

You have a business ,So survival wise you have a great advantage that the others don't have..You got more stuff to give..

They got nothing..Be better than the animals..Be better than greedy hoarder businessmen killing to protect THEIR territory and be better than the looters...GIVE..IT ..AWAY.

That's what it takes to really morally rise above the animal within us that makes humanity so sickening.
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