Try this logic on for size and validity:
Consider a world where everybody is special or different and where normal is defined as the most popular choice or the most likely outcome. Being different and special is clearly the most popular choice or outcome. Therefore being different and special is clearly normal.
If being different and special is clearly normal, and everybody is special and different, everybody must be normal because we defined normal as the most popular choice or most likely outcome (being different).
If everybody is normal, nobody is different and only some people may be special (those who weren’t simply special because they were different).
Clearly, this world cannot exist. In fact where normal is given by a majority, a priori, we cannot have a world where a majority of people are different – because that would imply being different is normal.
… was very Interesting.
Reminded me of a Discworld book; “Interesting Times” where Rincewind the Wizard is cursed with ‘interesting times’ in his future. Rincewind is a coward, he likes things safe, predictable, boring, planned and convenient. The weekend was none of these, it was awesome and odd at the same time.
Suffice to say; Welcome home Mel, CBD, $3.50 Vodka-anything, *12 (Approx), D&M’s, Disapearing acts, 4:00am, running home barefoot. Interesting times, Use your imagination.
Thanks to all involved.
Ok, so i have really become disturbed about the Peruvian culture. It’s not the first time I have been utterly disturbed by Peruvian cuture but the information that has just come to hand has really made me wonder… And I’m sorry Damien if this is a G-rated website and feel free to delete the contents of my recent post. Ok firstly, It’s a universally known fact (well maybe not univerally known.. but in Australia anyways) that people from New Zealand have a thing for sheep. We just assume because there are more sheep than people there that it might be ahh hard for some to umm to you-know-what.
And when my dear hermanito Cedric told me that he had come across some lads in Ecuador that admitted to having sex with a donkey. I could NOT beleive it. So I took my case to Kike, my beautiful wealth of Peruvian knowledge. The look on his face confirmed everything. It was true, and not just in Ecuador. So it seems, that it is not unheard of to sleep with a donkey, a sheep, a turkey maybe? anything you can get your hands on in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, wherever. Kike told me he had witnessed an event when he was 12 that involved a man and a donkey. ‘It’s normal’ he said. I lared at him.
My friend Anne was undisturbed by the news. Anthony and I were in shock. How? Why? What? When? Where? Why? Why? Why??? And so I ask myself these questions. And I think it has something to do with the men in these countries. And then I thought, it can’t just be these countries. It has to be happening at home. So please guys. Tell me. What’s going on? Just a thought for today. Ange-out.
And no Kike hasn’t, you know, with a donkey ok?
Nobody is fu*ked up anymore,
everybody is normal now.
The problem is,
normal is fu*ked up.
Society accept so much today that its hard not to be normal.