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If a bug is part of an ecosystem, it is beneficial. Just because it might not be helpful to humans directly, doesn't mean it doesn't have some other role.

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#28 1st of all, in no way did OP mention that the bug was a fly. 2nd of all, OP knocked his/her clock down with the book. Your argument is invalid.

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I agree with everyone on the bug's side. Today, I found a fruit fly in my full glass of wine. I was pissed, as I'd been looking forward to drinking it. Ready to toss it down the drain and pour myself a new glass, I noticed the bug was still alive, swimming around, trying to get out. As I fished the thing out to let it outside, my roommate cut her eyes at me and told me how I was "so fucking annoying." Call me a bleeding heart, but at the end of the day I feel better about myself, and

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Or it could have been the amount of force hitting the wall causing the clock to fall. Karma is a bitch though.

How hard you need to hit with a book on a tiny bug? You could just squish it witj tissue, but i guess you must really hate that bug to sacrifice your TV.

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At least the force of the book didn't destabilize the foundation of your house, causing the entire thing to cave in on you, OP. You got off easy.

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Maybe the bug was an atheist, so it welcomed death and it's possible adventures....and decided to bring your tv along for the ride. :D

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