The History of Not Thinking Things Through

When humans first roamed the Earth, we were outside, in the elements. We decided that being out in the rain sucked so we moved into caves.

Once in the caves (or other enclosures), we decided it sucked we can’t see outside anymore. So we put a hole in the wall so we can take in the scenery.

Soon, that hole was a problem because others were able to see in our enclosures and robbing us of our privacy. So we put up curtains.

So as you can see, the process of not thinking things through is an instinct handed down from our great, great, great ancestors and you cannot avoid doing, or at least being victim to, the dance.

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