I Know A Predator When I See One

I got this blog from That Little Voice, https://margosviews.wordpress.com/2020/08/22/i-know-a-predator-when-i-see-one/#like-18745, who got it from Life in the Boomer Lane.

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This is a reblog from one of my favorite bloggers: Life in the Boomer Lane.
Musings of a former hula hoop champion

I Know A Predator When I See One

Posted on August 21, 2020


A predator in the animal kingdom is defined as an animal that kills or eats other animals for food. The most successful predators are not necessarily the biggest and the strongest. They are the ones with the sharpest predatory instincts. They are fast. They have heightened senses. They have good camoflage. They can attack without their prey ever sensing that they are in danger.

Richard Heinberg has studied predators. Human groups have “preyed” upon one another via two main pathways—intragroup and intergroup—which have often intersected or run parallel. Members of a complex society can “prey” upon other members of the same society via slavery (including sex slavery and debt slavery), caste, class, taxes…

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I'm me - nothing unusual, just me. Widowed, 2 grown children who are my best friends, 1 dog, retired, loving being retired. I am woman, I am strong.
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6 Responses to I Know A Predator When I See One

  1. I have a masochistic addiction to read news about the chap and getting all worked up. I can’t wait till your election is done..I will be able to move on, I hope.

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  2. Kathy says:

    May he be voted out. Amen.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Laura says:

    Not gonna lie, this seems like an unfair comparison for the jungle animals.

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  4. I live in another part of the world, and I wonder who the voters of America will choose this time.


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