The article writer misunderstands: Hard to argue with that. The only problem I see is that the owners specified that people can’t have medical or religious restrictions. Had they just said “you have to be able to handle the products,” maybe the critics would go away.
But the owners are saying medical and religious dietary restrictions are ok.
I'm also saying that Trump told us this would happen. There's no way these aliens had visas and, you know, he's right: they're not sending their best people. They're probulons; they're cattle mutilators; they're just not the best people.
I mean, if you can even call them people. I'm not saying hyper-evolved sea anemones aren't people. They're just not my kind of people. No sir. I like my people to have faces, have well developed eyes, and provide no shelter for clown fish. Unless there're two anemones kinda... you know, getting a little busy, waving erotically in the current. Maybe get a little sea urchin in there, just sort of rolling in while the anemones ripple coyly. Really, I think that's getting pretty good. It's unnatural, but admit it: they're more advanced than us.
Hyper. Evolved. We should be questioning our ways, not theirs.
What I'm saying is that this is a terrible tragedy. Astronaut Chris Hadfield has been reduced to a prop in some kind of seafood-themed alien pornograph and, I think I speak for the nation, no, the world, when I say that our thoughts and prayers go out to his family in this trying, terrifying, disturbingly sexy time.
My friend replied, "So how's your male privilege?"
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