A Philosophical Meme monday
The shopping cart theory is exploding in popularity.
But many of our guys have not yet seen it, so they don’t understand it. The theory was popular back in the day but is just now resurfacing.
So, here it is:
The best part about this theory is its proclivity to result in self-identification.
You do not even have to ask for proof of if a person returns their cart; just explain or share the theory and the savages will appear enraged or with excuses. When a savage hears the theory, they promptly get offended and let you know how ridiculous the theory is or why they disagree. So, you instantly know that they are a savage.
This is probably the easiest way to root out the true civilizational citizens versus the entitled knuckle-dragger types. Because those who do not return the cart get vexed immediately and will publicly let you know which camp they lie in. Alternatively, those who return the carts often become really fascinated in the truth that the theory holds.
Study shopping cart theory. Meditate on it. Ponder its implications. It goes far deeper than it initially appears, because the theory taps into the dominant soul of the nation question—Do we have a truly righteous, civilizational soul, or a selfish savage one?
The answer is for you to decide.
Happy Meme Monday. May you all have a deeply philosophical and inquisitive week.
And return your dang carts, savages. No one needs your lame excuse.
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