The New Pony Story, Part I: Humility and Majesty, The Batfish and The Zonkey

Hello friends. Welcome to the New Pony Story.

Let's look at some animals, and think about them a little bit, in relation to our present circumstances. There are quite a few questions here.

This is a batfish. It freely floats around the ocean, basically whenever it wants to. Nobody wants to capture it, because it is so astoundingly ugly. It is likely therefore to possess deep humility. And he is free.

Let us now look at our friend the Zonkey.

There are a number of things we can discern from this image. Our zonkey friend is obviously imprisoned, which must be very humiliating for a basically striped stallion. A creature of majesty and style. He is imprisoned and gated. We will call him zonkey king.

Is such a format of humility reasonable or simply destructive? Will it make our zonkey friend stronger? Is it reasonable that this zonkey is suffering such uncertainty of location, while our dear but hideous and not nearly so majestic batfish friend is free to roam the ocean floor? 

Or should they obviously both be free?

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