One worm told another,”You listen to me.  If the fingers grab you, don’t wriggle!  Worms invariably panic and in all that wriggling–they practically thrash about–they end up impaling themselves on the sharp end of some kind of hook-like object that part’s of the process.  I’ve seen it time and time again.”

Moral: We blame others for evils beyond their control to reassure ourselves they won’t happen to us.

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