} It is so silly of you to attribute such a patently human condition as
} impotence to me that I'm not even going to get mad at you. I mean, I
} suppose I could reciprocate by applying computer terminology to you,
} and asking which of your micro-organs (of which you must have many if
} you really need an answer to this question) you used to come up with
} the idea of asking me this. But I'm feeling mellow, so I'll just tell
} In case you haven't noticed yet, most of life as a biological being
} sucks. Now if you're an amoeba, whether to reproduce or not is not a
} great issue for you. But as a human being, why should you bring
} another poor soul into this chaotic mess? To avoid the extinction of
} the species Mother Nature had to motivate you people to reproduce, and
} her choices were, roughly speaking:
} 3) Imbalance your nervous systems so severly that the stimulation of
} your kids playing drums at 2 a.m., wrecking your brand new car, and
} dating the Creature from the Black Lagoon would prove irresistably
} attractive to you.
} 2) Make childbirth so pleasurable for women that they would force men
} into having sex, endure months of vomiting after eating pickles and
} sawdust and varicose veins, just so that they could experience 12
} hours or so of what must be akin to MEGA-constipation.
} 1)Make having sex so muscle-twitching fun that your higher mental
} functions become momentarily disconnected, and you make a baby before
} you realize it.
} If you were Mother Nature, which would you do? I should also mention
} that in using birth control devices, a lot of you people have been
} getting all the fun without making the babies, all of which have been
} getting piled into a queue, which is now nearly full. As of today, a
} woman in a small third-world country is scheduled to have
} 2-billion-tuplets on April 1st, 1994 to make up for the backlog.