I just returned a goldfish to Petco for being mean to my other fish-chasing her around with his nose up her butt- or I think that's where it's butt would be :) On my way home I realized that I did what I hate people doing... just returning when they don't like something...
I know it's a different concept since I can't discipline a fish- no fishie, bad fishie!! ROFL But it caught me off guard when I thought that. It never even fazed me to plop him in a bag and take him back.
Then Petco insisted on giving me the 32 cents back that I paid for him.... ummm I just didn't wanna flush him...
I think this is an interesting post. People can be pretty throwaway about life as long as it doesn't come in a form that reminds us of us. It seems like a good thing to think about every now and then, so we don't get so overloaded with hubris that we stop caring if the polar bears become extinct from global warming or all the lemurs in Madagascar die from people taking the woods apart for firewood. Not to mention the less-cute species. Take care, aligator.
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