Loving the memory of common sense

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Lauren Bragg
position writer

A wise man has wisdom on his lips, but a fool has a rod on his back (Proverbs 10:13).

After decades of fighting against humanity, common sense of an unknown age died in homes and minds around the world on March 15, 2020. He was a close friend and a despised enemy to many. His presence is often described as both a gift and a punishment. Mr. Sens has spent most, if not all, of his life in the service of justice and the preservation and protection of humanity. In his spare time, he tries to keep his hands off hot stoves and reminds us not to stick safety pins into electrical sockets.

Common sense found that he spent most of his time on this big rock and that his job was not complicated. Boys will be boys, girls will be girls, and if a man wants to eat, he has to work. There seemed to be an unspoken gentleman’s agreement between the two parties. That is, until the man began to back away from his end of the deal and loosen the handshake. It starts slow, and then all of a sudden it’s like a race to see who can get to the stupid finish line the fastest.

Although it is impossible to know the day on which his suffering began, it is clear that his condition deteriorated rapidly around the turn of the century. By the turn of the millennium, the ice seemed to have melted, releasing enough half-baked, mostly brain-dead Neanderthals to begin to destroy their remaining relationship with humans.

At first, it was global warming and “Happy Holidays”—easy work. Common sense, fragile and tired, clings to life and clings to his duty to humanity.

Soon, students won’t be able to pray at school, but drag queens will be able to come tell stories.

Airline passengers were asked to stay six feet apart in TSA queues; before long, these customers would be sitting side by side on poorly ventilated planes.

Children under 18 cannot get tattoos, smoke or vote, but they can permanently change their bodies through sex reassignment surgery without parental consent.

Endangered species have billboards on major highways, but human children are dismembered and their brains sucked out in the name of healthcare.

A man cannot speak out on abortion without lying on the street, but he can pretend to have a uterus.

If a white woman wears her hair in braids, she is racist, but men are praised for usurping women’s status.

We’re supposed to feed newborn babies one food at a time to avoid allergic reactions, but parents are gaslighted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to offer them foods during their two-month-old wellness checkups. eight Vaccinate newborns all at once.

A pregnant woman is supposed to avoid eating sushi to avoid exposing her growing baby to mercury, but soon after birth that same baby is whisked away to be injected with drugs filled with other metals via hepatitis B and vitamin K vaccines. By the way, hepatitis B is most commonly a sexually transmitted disease or spread by sharing heroin needles.

Guns are banned for killing people, but spoons are not on the chopping block for being fat.

The length of the list exceeds the writable space.

Common sense fights with a courage that many people do not possess. Eventually, his heart ached and tightened, torn in the middle. To be sure, his absence has proven disastrous. We can only pray that his legacy remains deeply embedded in the hearts of those who loved him.

Mr. Sense was preceded in death by his brothers, Critical Thinking and Accountability. He left behind his father’s integrity and his mother’s wisdom, although both were reportedly in poor health.

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