Once upon a time, a crude and obnoxious big dog roamed the earth. His parents, Conformity and Mediocrity, named him Pearson. They were never really in love, as the passionless can hardly be, but they knew the biological mechanics required, and their usual habit of masturbation would not lead to procreation. So they went through the motions and generated several offspring, all rotten fruit of their loins. Pearson stomped around taking anything he wanted as he bullied smaller dogs into submission. He thought very highly of himself, even though “thought” is a generous depiction of his greedy, grubby ways.
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