Monday, March 14, 2011

In the world of humans, disregarding race, religion, and ethnicity, there are only two types of people: the followers and the leaders. The reality of a leader's drive is ego, the general notion that they are meant for something bigger. The followers lack this initial urge and do not have the capacity to overcome adversity. They fumble along, chewing their cud, happy for no apparent reason, in blissful ignorance. Is one better than the other? No, we wolves need to eat fattened cattle.


  1. Nice one (said one lone wolf to another). I moved a couple of commas and a period and fixed a type O. I would be specific in the penultimate sentence, i.e.: are leaders better than followers--or are the one type of person better than the other type? or? perhaps a double dash between "no" and "we wolves..."

  2. Lee, feel free to fix my grammar and punctuation any time. Everything is always stream of conscious, and while I'm working on paying attention to the important details I still suck.