Thursday, February 25, 2010

To breed without inconsistencies

Anger builds up quickly, it dissolves the intricacies of our balanced social grown way of idealizing, tumbling down into a nonsensical mess of disagreements with our own common sense, this primitive approach recalibrates our continuous study of behavioral acquisition among pairs, leading to all the expected convenient reactions as an assembly of flesh and electrical triggers switched on and off without any particular sequence, although it doesn't suffice as a possible explanation for a disturbing collection of inadequate attitudes it briefly appears to be ok, we are singletons and we believe that we are right, misery leads to violence and competing for the necessary leads to a ridiculous thirst for accessorizing.

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