Thursday, June 21, 2007

DIPLODOCUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111111!!!!!!!!

THE DIPLODOCUS IS THE COOLEST DINOSAUR EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT IS A WORKER AT FACTORIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT GETS PAYED LOW AND WORKS LONG HOURS!!!111!!!!!!! BUT IT DOESNT CARE BECAUSE IT LIKES WORKING AT THE FACTORY AND HATES MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111!!!!! IT DOESNT EVEN NEED MONEY BECAUSE IT CAN GENERATE WHAT IT NEEDS OUT OF THIN AIR!!!!!!!!!111111!!!!!!! SOME AVIMIMUSES DONT UNDERSTAND THIS AND FIGHT FOR DIPLODOCUS RIGHTS!!!!!!!!1111!!!! BUT WHEN THIS HAPPENS DIPLODOCUSES CALMY CORRECT THEM!!!!!!!!1111!!! I LOVE THE DIPLODOCUS AND IT LOVES ME!!!!!!!111!!! THIS KID ALSO LOVES THE DIPLODOCUS!!!!!!!!111!!!!!!!!1

11 comments:

Vincent said...

What an anomaly. Surely, some managers and businesses abuse the willingness of the Diplodocus to work so much for so little. Aren't they actually oppressed in some ways? Do the Avimimuses not have true cause to fight for rights? Much labor poses a physical risk to the laborer. I'm unaware of precisely what is involved in the manual workforce of the dinosaur era, but I would think that it would be not too far removed from today.

Also, can it conjure up materials for others out of thin air? Or just to satisfy their own needs?

Considering the apparent abundance of Diplodocuses and their willingness to work, does this not skew the economy in some possibly truly damaging ways?

Dinosaur Joe said...

THE DIPLODOCUS IS INVISIBLE SO THERE IS NO PHYSICAL RISK!!!!!!!!!!!!1111!!!!! AND THEY CANT BE OPPRESSED BECAUSE THEY LIKE IT!!!!!!!!111! AND THEY CAN ONLY CONJURE UP STUFF FOR THEIR OWN NEEDS!!!1!!!! AND IT CANT SKEW THE ECONOMY BECAUSE ITS SUPER PRODUCTIVE!!!1111!!!

Paleozoic Joe said...

THE DIPLODOCUS IS SO STUPID THAT IT THINKS IT HAS A GOOD LIFE!!!!!1!!! WHAT A CRAPPY DINOSAUR!!!!!!11!!!

Dinosaur Joe said...

IT JUST HAS A DIFFERENT OPINION ON WHAT A GOOD LIFE IS!!!!!!11111!! ACCEPT THE FACT TAHT PEOPLE HAVE DIFFERENT OPINIONS PALEOZOIC JOE!!!!11111!!!

Vincent said...

Just because they're invisible, there is no physical risk? Do they not retain bodies? Wouldn't those bodies still be susceptible to damage? And why didn't you mention that they were invisible before? Is their invisibility something they can turn off and on? I'm actually almost skeptical on that one.

What I meant by skewing the economy was more on the order of flooding the market with Diplodocuses. Is there anyone else working the physical labor field? Does this not leave disproportionate amounts of unemployment for other dinosaurs? Or is it balanced somehow? Because if the man (or the dinosaur-era equivalent of "the man") can pay one Diplodocus for one day's work, which we'll assume is the same amount of work three other laborers would preform, for a third of the cost of another worker's day, then the man is receiving 12 times the amount of work for his dollar. In that case, lobbying for Diplodocus rights is really lobbying for equality and rights for all. I must side with the Avimimus on this one.

Dinosaur Joe said...

I MEANT TO SAY INVINCIBLE NOT INVISIBLE!!!!!!!!!111!!!!!! THERE ARE OTHER DINOSAURS IN PHYSICAL LABOR JUST NOT FACTORY WORKING!!!!!!!!1!!! AND YOURE THINKING ABOUT THIS TO HARD VINCENT!!!!!!!!!!!!! ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IS DIPLODOCUSES LIKE FACTORY WORKING AND NO ONE ELSE DOES!!!!!!111111!!!!

Yarjka said...

I like factory working.

Dinosaur Joe said...

YOURE NOT A DINOSAUR!!!!!!!!!!

Ideas Man, Ph.D. said...

Dinosaur Joe,

Although I respect you very much, there was clearly no real critique of ideology in the age of dinosaurs.

Just because somebody happens to "like" something, that doesn't make it not oppressive.

This, for example, is a common defense of the sex industry. If a prostitute happens to "like" her work does this change its essentially oppressive nature?

Or, to use an example from consumption: If Homer Simpson happens to prefer Duff Beer to a fine bottle of Bourdeaux wine from one of the Gran Cru estates, does this change the injustice of a world which allocates goods and luxuries in such an unjust way? No, because this stunted aesthetic is itself the result of an ideology which assigns productive and consumptive desires to an individual on the basis of class (or in the case of dinosaurs, species apparently).

The only question is whether the diplodocus is alienated from the product of his or her labor.

Tell the diplodocus to read Marx.

Dinosaur Joe said...

YOU THINK TOO MUCH IDEAS MAN PHD!!!!!!1111111!!!!!!!

Volker The Fiddler said...

I am ill-pleased with Diplodocus.