[A chicken crosses the road] It's all about people's perspective
The scene: a chicken is on the side of a road; he crosses it. Why did the chicken cross the road?
RENÉ DESCARTES: To get to the other side.
PLATOON: For his own good. On the other side is the True.
ARISTOTE: It is the nature of the chicken to cross roads.
KARL MARX: It was historically and socially inevitable.
HIPPOCRATE: It's because of excessive secretion from its pancreas.
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. : I have a vision of a world where all chickens would be free to cross the road without having to justify their actions.
MOSES: And God came down from heaven and He said to the chicken, "You must cross the road". And the chicken crossed the road and God saw that it was good.
TRUMP: The chicken did not cross the road, I repeat, the chicken NEVER crossed the road.
SIGMUND FREUD: The fact that you were concerned that the chicken crossed the road reveals your strong sense of latent sexual insecurity.
BILL GATES: We've just developed the new Chicken Office 2020', which will not only get your chickens crossing the road, but will also hatch their eggs, grade them by size, etc.
GALILEE: And yet, it crosses the road.
ERIC CANTONA: The chicken is free. The roads, when he wants, he crosses them.
THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY: The reason why the chicken crosses is inside you, but you don't know it yet. For the modest sum of 1000 $ per session, a psychological analysis will allow you to discover it.
EINSTEIN: Whether it's the chicken crossing the road or the road moving under the chicken depends solely on the frame of reference in which you place yourself.
ZEN: The chicken can cross the road, only the Master knows the sound of his shadow behind the wall.
NELSON MONTFORT: I have next to me the extraordinary chicken that has achieved the formidable feat of crossing this superb road:
"Why did you cross the road ? "
"Cot cot cot!"
Well, he says he's extremely proud to have achieved this challenge, this achievement. It was a very hard crossing, but he held on, and..."
RICHARD VIRENQUE: Wasn't that a rabbit?
JEAN-CLAUDE VANDAMME: The chicken the road he crosses it because he knows he crosses it, you see the road is his life and his death, the road is God and it's all the potential of his life, and me Jean Claude Super Star when the truck comes on me, I think of the chicken and God and I merge with all the potential of the life of the road! And that's beautiful!
FOREST GUMP : Run chicken run !!!
STALINE: The chicken should be shot on the spot, along with all the witnesses of the scene and 10 other people taken at random, for not stopping this subversive act."
EMMANUEL MACRON: "It's because the chicken found a job."
Yet, certainly, the wise learn many things from their enemies; for caution preserves all things. From a friend you could not learn this, but your foe immediately obliges you to learn it. For example, the states have learned from enemies, and not from friends, to build lofty walls, and to possess ships of war. And this lesson preserves children, house, and possessions.
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It’s saying no.
That’s your first hint that something’s alive. It says no. That’s how you know a baby is starting to turn into a person. They run around saying no all day, throwing their aliveness at everything to see what it’ll stick to. You can’t say no if you don’t have desires and opinions and wants of your own. You wouldn’t even want to.
No is the heart of thinking.