Wednesday, 4 May 2011
Why Are Women Violent?
Jesus, this is so heartbreaking: Someone hits you, so instinctively you hit them back, then EVERYONE ELSE IN THE ROOM gathers round to beat you to the floor & kick you in the head.
What a twisted, ugly world.
Watching those men beating that poor guy, it puts me in mind of that experiment I'm sure you know of already:
Monkeys in a cage, a banana is hung from above. When a monkey goes to grab the banana, a hose is turned on all of them. The monkeys stop going for the bananas. After a few days of that, a new monkey is introduced. He, naturally, goes for the banana, & the others grab him & beat him up, for fear of getting the hose again. One by one, all the original monkeys are removed & new ones take their place. Eventually none of the original monkeys remain, & the hose isn't used any longer, yet no monkey tries to eat the banana. And any new ones that attempt to are pulled to the floor & kicked in the head.
If they could talk, they'd probably say they don't know why they do what they do. It's just the way it is, the way it's always been.
Why are women violent? This report, just in, from our correspondent Bill Burr: