Well, today a 1st grader asked me "If you died, would you live in a cage underground?"
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@theartguy demonstrably wrong.
You'd die in a cage above ground, and be transported to a physical cage below ground for containment.
@How2io That's deep on a level that I wasn't prepared to think about. Well played.
@theartguy I try, but this physical form has succumbed to capitalism and is unable to existentially identify itself.
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