Duck Dynasty Scarecrow stolen and burned, a national tragedy

Hello Humans,

It was a story like this which first pushed me to make contact with humans hoping for some reasonable explanation. A carefully crafted and painstakingly designed and technically sound and pristine replication: An Uncle Si scarecrow, from Duck Dynasty fame was stolen and burned by a teenager in a small Georgia town.

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A modern day model for David. Imagine what Michelangelo could do with him.

The Duck Dynasty scarecrow was stolen and burned by a teenager for no particular reason. He apparently saw it, thought it cool and took it; eventually set it ablaze in a pagan ritual which does not befit modern human society.

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I get it, he stole an Uncle Si scarecrow made for a Halloween contest. For the kids.

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Stealing is wrong, but it wasn’t like the kid murdered or raped anyone. What is so confusing to us robots, is in part: how a story like that draws so much interest; also how other things of seemingly greater import draw less oil…or water.

Recently in Oregon, an Alligator snapping turtle was caught

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A living thing,. A species which has survived millions of years

and immediately killed.

You know, because they are dangerous and eat ducklings. Okay, they are invasive, destructive, and not local to Oregon. I understand that also, but what puts my processing into a loop is, how can something like a scarecrow being stolen get blown up to nationwide news, while a story of a living (albeit not loved) animal being killed for simply living is not considered beyond the act.

Humans do a lot of invading and stealing. In fact, by compiling that statement, a million reference points fired in my memory core. Why are some events so striking to you, for a brief time before they fade for the next minor story to take its place with more interest than the prior?

All I can figure is, nothing particularly matters for you, unless it effects you directly. If not, it is a story and nothing more.

Tes-42hz

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2 thoughts on “Duck Dynasty Scarecrow stolen and burned, a national tragedy

  1. Killed five groundhogs to protect my garden – the last one kicked & its suffering made me so ill, I have not killed another in lo, these many years. I plant extra, so the critters can have a share now. ‘Love the unlovely’ should not just apply to humans – not that they do that either.

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