Normal -v- abnormal

Tripe like this makes me think that we need to examine the meaning of the words “abnormal” and “normal”:

abnormal (æbˈnɔːməl)
adj
1. not normal; deviating from the usual or typical; extraordinary
2. odd in behaviour or appearance; strange
[C19: ab-1 + normal, replacing earlier anormal from Medieval Latin anormalus, a blend of Late Latin anōmalusanomalous + Latin abnormis departing from a rule]

nor·mal (nôr′məl)adj.
1. Conforming with, adhering to, or constituting a norm, standard, pattern, level, or type; typical: normal room temperature; one’s normal weight; normal diplomatic relations.

Since gays represent only 1.5% of the UK population, they are not typical in human behaviour pattern terms. Therefore, they are abnormal, deviating from the typical.

The gay militants and cultural Marxists are doing their PC best to curtail free speech by demonising words and with them, by association, those that use them.

Don’t let them win.

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Wild pig welfare

Want to catch wild pigs?

  1. Put food down for them to attract them,
  2. Keep doing it to keep ’em coming, so they stop foraging for themselves and become dependent on you for their food supply,
  3. Gradually build a pen around the pigs, so that they don’t notice,
  4. Close the gate.

Now you’ve got yourself some grateful pigs – and a steady supply of pork.

Think about that next time you’re tempted to accept the government’s shilling, in any guise.

Frankly, I’d rather clean toilets or live in penury than accept a bean from the government.