Hello, I'm PB. Your new clown friend. Very nice to meet you.
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PureBoredom joined on Aug 12th, 2013, since that has made 828 posts that are still accessible today, 11 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, PureBoredom has given 1957 upvotes, and was last online on May 22nd, 2015.
Look at these nerds
Wurt in turnation
three years too late bilbo
League of Supports vs. League of ADC's : a completely random encounter I'm saddened i only got A+
is this the real vvvordic
A very interesting idea that I've thought of now and then without any real hard thinking. @Ecstasy 's is a very good guess as to what'll happen with the structures left by mankind and the effects on the wildlife and domesticated animals.
The part I am most interested in is the wildlife and h.ow that will adapt in with the absence of humans. It's interesting to imagine how the sudden absence of human activity would effect the population of different animals. While some would slowly rise back into a more balanced population, I am sure a number of other species will go extinct as well without the efforts of humans attempting to save those kinds of animals.
I am also interested in the idea of how animals might adapt our existing structures into their lives and the ecosystem. How long might the buildings and the like stand for? Maybe long enough that animals may use our own homes as their own dens. Skyscrapers and the like may become giant birds' nests and flooded subway systems might hold fishes as well. I know if anything, animals like crows and the like would find use in what we've left behind, being smart creatures. That being said its also a good thought as to whether a new species will evolve in our absence and take our place as most intelligent creatures.
Suddenly. the future is furries.
This is not touching. This is pure heartache. Both figuratively and physically.