The chicken noticed that the farmer came every day to feed it. It predicted that the farmer would continue to bring food every day. Inductivists think that the chicken had "extrapolated" its observations into a theory, and that each feeding time added justification to that theory. Then one day the farmer came and wrung the chicken's neck. This inductively justifies the conclusion that induction cannot justify any conclusion.
You look so out of your element. (savitar) i am out of my element. much like you in a seattle goth club. (acheron) i’m never out of my element, atlantean. and it must be dire indeed to get you in shorties, and on a board. one day i’m actually going to get you to say ‘rad four-mill steamer, dude! (savitar)
You know, i think i knew you for about three weeks before i ever really saw you smile. And then one day, morgan said something and you laughed, and i remember thinking it was really cool because it meant something. You're not the kind of person who smiles for nothing, colie. I have to earn every one.
It is a sad and very melancholy scene, which must strike everyone who knows and feels that we also have to pass one day through the valley of the shadow of death, and que la fin de la vie humaine, ce sont des larmes ou des cheveux blancs. What lies beyond this is a great mystery that only god knows, but he has revealed absolutely through his word that there is a resurrection of the dead.