They say the dinosaurs didn’t really go extinct. They became birds, they say. Birds, those majestic creatures that go wherever they want, looking down on us from above as they wonder why we work so hard.
Birds. Those creatures whose most populous variety – by far – is the chicken. An animal bred and engineered by us to grow so fast that it becomes unable to support it’s own weight in a manner of weeks. Fat, caged, delicious, lunch.
They say the dinosaurs didn’t really go extinct. They just became our lunch.
I wonder if in a few million years, crows will be breeding and eating us?