I’m reminded of a duty tour in Germany.
One of the things that struck me one day as I was out and about the back roads of the country, far from the tourtisty places, was the women with kids tied to their waists.
The ropes and leashes were about ten feet long.
I thought, at the seeing, that the idea was pretty unique. I was proven incorrect in a conversation years later. The person I was speaking with showed me pictures of the habit in several locations around the world.
The best I could do with a parallel evolution was shake my head and figure that good ideas will rise. Sometimes, good ideas even spread across generations. Like, kids are on health policies until 26, they live at home until parents die and then, for all I know, apply for the parents social security benefits and discounts.
And getting them, I suppose, since basket weaving and computer science degrees are beginning to pay the same.
So I wasn’t much surprised, given the current state of society, to find the following article on the news – except I was surprised at the protein form they were cautioning about:
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) – – – Veterinarians advise people to keep pets from ingesting mushrooms, which are appearing in lawns across the state. “There’s a lot of mushrooms out there that they
I mean, can’t you just see it? The kid (up through and including 26 it is now, I guess0 and the family dog out there fighting over who get to eat the mushroom.
From the Reaches,