☞Wasteland Warlock☜ (kingfox) wrote,
☞Wasteland Warlock☜

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Worlds Colliding

Won't someone think of the children?

I love how, at this point in my life, I can see two very similar men on the edge of things offering support as the worlds shoot into differing orbits, gravitational fields askew. There's ogun and another man, who we'll call `Small Silver BWM Racing Car' for lack of a better term. Or SSBRC. Oggie and SSBRC are both two wise, caring, sweet, and supportive people. One's sitting on one side, the other the other side.

Portrait of the artist as a blob that's supposed to look like a `world'

I'm the red one.

One knows both, but one better than other.. so I think the purple one should be moved left and up or down a little. The other silver world gets things filtered through, and really mostly sees the one. SSBRC doesn't see the red, only the world nearest it, and tries to best support the nearest world the best way it knows how, saying things from what it hears. The other's got a perspective on both, but is biased obviously, but supports the red. But SSBRC's public support can be easily seen, which causes the red blob to produce a larger surface water content on its surface. So you've got two worlds, and two worlds that care for the respective worlds they're closest to, trying to advise them in the matter of the collision and hurtling through cold dead space where there is no sound and I'm just way too bummed to continue this analogy, someone fucking finish for me.

So here's the answers to the question I posed, little aliens.
Generic 2% milk from Shoprite is $1.99 a gallon
Plus level gas from the Gulf on 46 was $1.35 a gallon ($1.27 for regular if we want to continue with the generic brand theme)
Shoprite cola 3L for $0.99, 3.78L in a gallon, $1.25 for a gallon of soda.
Cheapest beer at Shoprite, Coors Light, $15.99 for a 30 pack, each contains 12 fluid ounces, 96 fluid ounces in a gallon according to chiquib. $4.26 for a gallon of beer. And I did check dollar per fluid ounce on every beer there, so assuming her math is right, that's a correct price.

So it goes soda, gas, milk, beer. What does that say about us as a people, our society, and our perspective of things?

Ok, seriously, I'm out of here. No more stupid posts from me tonight.

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