the stinkbug problem



... oh the problems of the material world

... you grow a garden, it's going great,
then the stinkbugs set in, ruining the
tomatoes, cucumbers, and other vine crops

... it's like mosquitos, why did God create
them?

... I learned recently that mosquitos were
used by nature, to actually protect
geographically isolated tribes of humans,
from invasion

... the mosquitos create immunity in the
local population, because after 10's of
generations, the local population will
develope a resistance

... then when barbarians invade, they get
sick, and are then easy to repel

... but the stinkbugs, ugh, what possible
function do they provide which moves the
whole biome toward more perfection?

... maybe they are trying to tell me that
tomatoes and cucumbers and squash are
not good to grow... I should find other
crops, like okra, something tough

... as always, peppers, blueberries, and
scupperdongs are excellent

... so, who am I to complain about the
lousy stinkbugs? I have a real bounty
regardless

... no problemo here, amigos



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If it is the last words I utter, let it be Hare Krishna