- From: "Lachlan - KotU" <hamfish@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 May 2010 23:17:54 +0100
"KEZ" <growl4me@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:gN2dnad3A77jYGvWnZ2dnUVZ7vGdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxx
"Lachlan - KotU" <hamfish@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:ht6aqi$q4r$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"nigel" <useweb@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:746dnZuZE_nJ1GvWnZ2dnUVZ8q6dnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx-no-archive: yesAnd at a much smaller cost to the taxpayer.
KEZ wrote:There is an ant on my front room table.
It's been wandering around and around there for a few days now.
round... and round... and round...
It's probably looking for dec....
It's a good job ants don't get depressed.
How do you know that? Mammals suffer emotions, as do some birds (swans usually mate for life and if one dies the partner sometimes dies of a 'broken heart'). Even goldfish possess the ability to be trained so their tiny brains are capable of some anthropomorphic(?) functions. Even my computer has its off-days when it goes slow.
I really identify with that ant...
It's performing a much more useful function than most politicians.
I am thinking I should catch the ant and put it out in the garden.
If I leave it wandering around surely it will die of starvation at some point?
Yeah, probably where it came from originally.
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