Why do you vermin promote all types of vermin?

Zone 10224 | noname added on November 11, 2018 | Answered

You r promoting worms because you r worms. These vermin kill and eat people. They lay their eggs on soil and wait for the wind to transfer their eggs all over the place including in your digestive systems. The planet has worms because the planet is funky with rotten dead corpse and dead poop and urine. The planet is a living rottenness, a giant latrine, cemetery, graves, and everything that is funky and rotten. These vermin r not supposed to exist and that is why they turn mankind into living zombies. You might feel powerful because of your size, but a worm can turn you into all sorts of rottenness such as homosexuals, thieves, serial killers, and such when living in your body. Worms work for worms and these vermin living around you that have eaten dead carcasses of human called themselves "humans." You defenders of vermin r just rotten worms milling around in a latrine-cemetery-graves call "earth" the ra infection. Don't you know that everything rotten that has ever happened on earth is due to worms. Even maggots mimic them to camouflage themselves. The roots of the tree mimic their shapes in order to camouflage themselves. So, stop promoting filth and clean the planet and live like a man or a woman and not like vermin.

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Answered on November 11, 2018

There are millions of different worms. Some are harmful and some are beneficial. Human worms will never benefit the soil in any way, and soil worms cannot infect a human, since there are great differences between saprophytic and parasitic worms.

The tomato is part of one of the most toxic families of plants known to the Earth, but it would be quite silly to imply that all Solanum plants are deadly.

Cutting out one or more species from an ecosystem has shown to have devastating effects on humans and plants, even if that species being cut out is a pest. It is quite difficult to do Nature's job better than Nature, itself.

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