Cow and Boy Classics by Mark Leiknes for May 18, 2014
"You're morbid. Quit being morbid." "I can't help it. Sometimes I'm morbid." "After all, no other species that has walked the earth has had the ability to wipe itself out on a global scale." "We've only been around for a few hundred thousand years and mankind already has developed any number of ways to do it. From thermonuclear annihilation to global warming." "I can't help but think our intellect is a strike against us. Sure, tinkering with the atom and becoming industrialized has made our society great, but there's quite a downside." "The dinosaurs were as dumb as rocks yet they managed to stick around for millions of years. Sometimes I wish mankind could just, I dunno, get dumber. Maybe we'd be able to stick around a little longer." "Hey, it's 3:20." "Seriously?" "Yeah, we better get back. Today's show is about 300 lb. toddlers and their jailbird daddys' no-good grandmas." "All of the sudden I have this feeling of calm rushing over me and I feel like mankind is somehow going to be just fine." "Thank you, Mr. Springer."