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Tuesday, April 06, 2004
 
Why Are We So Lazy?

Humans are the laziest things on this planet. We worked our way up and finally, when we reach the top of the food chain and make all other animals obsolete, we become lazy. This is just an example of our laziness. First we couldn't run, so we tamed horses. Alright. Then we became lazier and made cars. Now this is an extreme. We couldn’t roll down the window, so we had to make a little button to do it for us. And we couldn't be warm or get comfortable by ourselves in two seconds, so we made seats that heated up and reclined. Maps require too much effort. Let's spend an extra 500 bucks on a navigational system, and DVDs and other useless junk. This is just one example. I mean, I’m being lazy right now, using spell check and stuff. In fact, whoever invented the software that I’m using to write this is lazy. ‘Hey! I’m to lazy to make a site so I’ll create a software for me and all the other lazy people out there!’ Wouldn’t be easier to just make your own site instead of making the whole software?! Back to the car. While we were busy making a literal car pool, we forgot that we eating away the ozone layer. We can spend millions of billions of dollars making these cars, but we can’t spend that money pioneering new, Earth saving, technology. We’re all lazy bums. All of you. Even the hard corporate genius who works 16 hours a day. HE RIDES THE ELEVATOR!!

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