"Some animals are more equal than others."
Chimpanzee communities may range in size from 15 to 120 chimps of both sexes and all ages. Chimps live in what is coined a “fission-fusion society” in which all community members know each other but feed, travel, and sleep in much smaller groups of six or fewer. The makeup of these smaller groups changes frequently when parties meet, intermingle, and disperse in different combinations or when somebody decides to drop out.
At times, community members have large gatherings in which at least half the community is present. Gatherings are highly social events where group members play, breed, and groom. Jane Goodall describes gatherings as “the hub of chimpanzee social life.”
Spoilsport, we "Chimps" are happy, but it seems you are not.Ever watch chimps in a tree and expect them to socialize; or for that matter "rule" themselves by committee? If democracy was such a successful concept why has every attempt in history failed?
As the stenciled notice on the prison dining hall wall reads plainly; "NO WARNING SHOTS"
So how big is that island then? Does it have more penguins than the Falklands?Personal story... when I landed in NYC in the mid '70s I can't tell how many people, once learning I was from Argentina, would ask me - straight faced... how big is that island?
Seems at the time most people's exposure to latinos in the city was with Puerto Ricans, Cubans or Dominicans. But still... what fucking ignorants.