blunt wrote:I pushed a guy out of a snowdrift once.
He didn't notice and never looked back as he drove away.
I helped and no one thanked me.
That proves I'm God.
That and when I pray I end up talking to myself.
Dude, only egotistical megalomaniacs demand thanks for the good things they do. Like look at me, for instance. I don't own a car, and I only purchase environmentally and ecologically friendly products and services. I voted against the gay marriage ban and I donate to all kinds of important causes. But you don't see me waltzing up and down the street demanding homage for these things I do on a regular basis. Granted, in a perfect world everyone would do these things. Everyone would be a Sheppy. The fact that they're not, and therefore this not a perfect world, does not mean that I demand that you thank me for being me and doing what I do for you on a daily motherfucking basis. For making this world a better place every day through my actions. Come to think of it, maybe you should thank me, you leech. Thank me by doing these things too.