The homo sapian. What a peculiar species.
Honestly, I’m not sure what I think of them. Some of them, if not most of them, are very intelligent, particularly fascinating, surprisingly creative, and often possess a fair amount of common sense. An interesting phrase, “common sense,” when you take into consideration the fact that the majority of human behavior I’ve observed has left me with a regretably negative general picture of the species. Many that I’ve come across have been mostly miserable, insultingly ignorant, and far too eager to follow what their government or media tells them to do. Perhaps the more pleasant ones are in a majority over the unpleasant, but the latter are far more noticible, unfortunately.
Of course, there are good and poor examples of a species in any race, and the poor should be embraced with the good.
However, there is one quality that I occasionally find in both examples that I simply cannot stand: a phenomenon much of the human race calls germaphobia.