Evolution of moms & dads (parenting, mimicking godless government, evolved into a mood-driven pendulum of neglect and tyranny)

“It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. It’s a beautiful day for a neighbor; would you be mine?”
-Mr. Rogers, a non-trans non-homosexual person without color who hatefully conditioned children against our culture’s wonderful mood-driven pendulum of neglect and tyranny.

Years ago, before natural processes evolved the cosmic soup enough for parts of the soup to know today’s perfected truth, Fred Rogers—a foolish, superstitious, and evil part of the cosmic soup—mentally abused several “children” parts of the cosmic soup into wrongfully thinking that children need—and even “deserve”—consistency, care, attention, and a sense of purpose.

It was a time when billionaires would lose momentum in their life, and lose part of their social status, if they were to pick up a $100 bill sitting on their path; and a time when everyone would lose momentum in their life, and lose part of their social status, if they were to waste time by breathing slowly or thinking deeply.

Years after the electrical current stopped flowing in the Mr. Rogers part of the cosmic soup, society was still filtering out the damage done by that defective part of the cosmic soup, which required assuring “children” parts of the cosmic soup that normalcy is a nicely balanced pendulum of neglect and tyranny; and that any child who fails to enjoy neglect and tyranny is abnormal; while any child who fails at least to adjust quietly and smoothly to neglect and tyranny is defective, and requires a chemical lobotomy to solve them.

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