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1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 4:46:42 AM EST (GMT-5)
Apple talk and the question of weather genetically modifying fruit/plants is morally acceptable and if we're "allowed" to do so to certain plants because we depend on them and they on us via our domestication. And whether that domestication (particular to apples) is a symbiotic relationship between us and the plant or if we as humans are just forcing our own grandiosity onto our surroundings. If we let the apple or the corn or whatever else we touch, grow free, without our grafting, our modern chemicals, our fences, it would lose its desire for us and us to them. They wouldn't need us to fend of their enemies they would die and adapt. No inhibitations just the natural will to survive. Each crop of the plant would be different.
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 4:47:20 AM EST (GMT-5)
They would lose what to us makes them appealing, the sweetness of the apple, it's red, but I ask do we simply document the apple and it's many forms, would we be able to resit our own urges to make and make again, to let it live freely. Or do we just cook it another way? Do we stomach the now inherent monstrosity that is our unhinged friend the apple? And then how does this relate to us as humans? As time goes on we will change. Features that made us once different and sorted us into recognizable categories will cease to exsit. Will we look upon the eyes, noses, lips of our ancestors and wonder what nature had once desired from us? That whole thing about "in human culture is the preservation of wildness" or whatever.
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 4:49:31 AM EST (GMT-5)
Also how come there is apple jack cereal what's that about? Going to make my friends add the apple collection in New York to the road trip destination list
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 7:44:57 AM EST (GMT-5)
How the f*ck did we make a dachshund?
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 8:04:36 AM EST (GMT-5)
Hey discord.

Watch Best in Show together.

You guys still do that, right?

Simultaneous movie watching? Like a digital seance or some sh*t?
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 2:29:09 PM EST (GMT-5)
Dachshunds are actually my favorite dogs, they look ridiculous I love them
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 2:29:23 PM EST (GMT-5)
Also sorry guys turns out I just needed sleep
1 month ago - Saturday 1/23/21 - 3:03:17 PM EST (GMT-5)
Yeah any dog that looks like a mistake is my automatic favorite

super long greyhounds??? The best
1 month ago - Sunday 1/24/21 - 11:06:40 AM EST (GMT-5)
Dachshunds were spaniels (gun dogs) crossed with a German kind of Beagles (Fox Hunters) A Jack Russel Terrier in England is a similar kind of dog. Bred to drive hunted animals that have gone to ground. The Dach in Dachshund refers to the German for Badger. Now Badgers are bad tempered, aggressive and territorial critters. Much bigger than a sausage dog. But the thing with these miniature dogs is they have no real conception that they have been miniturarised as their head mouth an teeth are still the same size Ever seen the movie the Mask? That's how these dogs internalise themselves.

It's funny, if you cross a corgi with any other breed it will look like a corgi sized version of the other breed.



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