God observation. Most (all) of the people here saying “humans suck” are humans. Every last one of them would tacitly add the following: “…except me.”
This begs the question: How many humans actually suck? A good followup question is: “In what way do they suck?” Because different people suck at different things.
It also begs another question: “Do they suck at certain abilities or do they suck at being moral?” And to follow up: “Whose morality do they suck at?” Are they allowed to have their own sense of morality or does someone else get to impose their morality on them?"
I’m not making a case that killing sharks is morally right or wrong, but who gets to say whether killing sharks is morally right or wrong?
So this begs the last question, which is where I come full-circle: “Who gets to indict the entire human race on someone’s limited sense of morality when only a relatively few individuals are actually doing it?”
Thank you. Good impulse to check and question the data. We are misled more often than we realize, and just as often from so-called “experts”.
Shelley sure knows how to make women look attractive.
A notable voice he did is Owl from Disney’s original Winnie the Pooh and even Winnie the Pooh on TV specials.
Shelley’s art is great. We just had a whodunnit though. I’m itching for some action. The thing is that writers write words and artists draw art. Unless writers write some action the artists are stuck drawing still-life. That gets boring after a while.
I’m sure Shelley keeps models of each of the characters for reference. I think Liz is the kind of character she can play “dress-up” with and have fun creating new looks, because that’s the kind of character Liz is.
That was my first thought.
“They don’t let us out much.” – Brent Spiner playing Dr. Okun in Independence Day
On the other hand, all this hubbub about not checking all of the comments before commenting has caused yours to be the top comment.
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