A short video sent to me by a great friend for most of my adult time. Thanks Hef,
This video reminded me of a story I read in Playboy as a young man on the track, ( no I read it and never once looked at the pictures ). The story was about a hunting party who, in the first place should not have been there in time and went back in time to hunt dinosaurs.
One of the hunters broke a sacred rule and accidentally stepped on a butterfly and ends up changing the future as they knew it when they left. Unfortunately time and life changed for the worse.
Everything was horrifically different and when the hunter looked at the bottom of his boot, a boot that should not have ever left the suspended trail and should have never touched the past’s ground, he saw a dead butterfly within the muddy treads of his sole. The butterfly should never have died in that way.
But, this video seems to be bipolar filled with good and bad. Things are much for the better for the beavers, worse for the elk, so-so for the wolves, and all this time, those who did this, would never have known how the rivers would change because of their actions. Classic butterfly effect with several blue men, be them animals, humans, or the earth, and would never have known of their significance to come.
Anyone else read the Playboy story? I just can’t remember the title. Too many visual distractions in my boyish neurons.
Okay girls, fess up and if you didn’t read it and you’re wondering about it, I’m here to tell you, the centerfold was not the best page in the issue and was overshadowed by the story of Mesozoic huntsmen even though the glossy pictures did and still today make me howl. . . a little bit.
“The best part of life starts at the top of the stretch.”