Bias | Death | Habits | Hate | Hatred | Prejudice | Revenge

There is an ancient story of the Middle East about a scorpion who asked a tortoise to ferry him across the Nile River. The tortoise was hesitant. “You’ll bite me and I’ll die,” he said. The scorpion promised not to bite him, and crawled up on the tortoise’s back as they plunged into the river. Halfway across, the scorpion bit the tortoise. “Why did you break your promise?” wailed the tortoise. “Now we’ll both die.” “I couldn’t help myself,” said the scorpion. “It’s a way of life here in the Middle East.”

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