“Prejudice is seen here in it's natural habitat, the small and relatively unremarkable folds of everyday life. Behind the corner lot or esteemed university, high rise corporate complex or small town high school, the creature is very versatile and able to adapt to all situations and surroundings. But what is most remarkable about this terrible creature is not the obvious traits; its over developed canines, perfect for tearing a society limb from limb, or the strong and flexible hind quarters which give Prejudice it's amazing speed and the ability to appear seemingly in many places at once. What puzzles the modern biologist most about this strange creature is how it can survive through many generations, passing on its sinister traits so effectively, while at the same time completely devouring and decimating all of its offspring from the inside out.”


- excerpt from Human Behaviors In The Natural World, by Jonathan Colfax