No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

Do all philosophers have an 'S' in them?

We got the tasty Omaha Steaks Christmas package from my grandparents. #1 I almost immediately disobeyed the clear warnings to not put some of the dry ice in a beverage. #2 when rooting through the package, I uncovered a little envelope of Omaha Steaks Conversation Cards®. Eight questions to ponder over your steaks. "Do you think robots will ever think or act like humans?" or one with the potential to get you in hot water at the family dinner table: "If you could fall in love again for the first time, forgetting every other love you have ever had, would you?"
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