Gloominary wrote:Oh and I know that's just an expression, but I don't drink coffee, coffee is a real scourge, keeps the hamsters spinning on the wheels toiling.
We need to slow down, stop and smell the roses.
Really ... when I walk outside to smell the roses ... I smell shit ... or it's equivalent.
About coffee ... shame shame ... coffee stimulates the brain ... we need something to get billions of brains functioning properly ... no?
Gloominary ... you should consider changing your user name to Dreaminary ... your entire attitude towards life may change ... it will be like putting on rose coloured glasses.
As the song goes ... que sera ... sera. Whatever will be ... will be.
The best we can do is attempt to see it coming.
Yea sometimes life stinks... we should savor the sweet parts thou.
No coffee is a parasitic, poisonous bean which's tricked the human race into growing more of itself to become the number two commodity in the world, right behind oil, and when you think about it, the two are very similar, oil, gasoline and coffee have gotten everyone in such a big hurry.
We need to cut back on or get rid of them altogether, I don't know why everyone is in such a rush to destroy as many species as possible, but that's what economic growth is ultimately, for the most part it is, the obliteration and/or subjugation of nature.
I would sooner ban coffee than alcohol, or at least regulate it, it's very dangerous, it can cause severe anxiety, road rage or just rage in general, and it can impair ones driving and all sorts of things in sensitive individuals or when taken in medium-large doses.
It's a serious drug, it can make you sick, or kill you.
I'm not dreaming, it's the people who're trying to make it rich who're dreaming, especially in this piss poor economy, I've accepted myself and my life for what it is, and am making do.
"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
If you're not sinning against the scientific, religious and political status quo, than you're not really thinking.