to desire the replica

posted on: June 16th, 2009

Jeannie Says:

It really does. And when you figure that 90% or more of us have absolutely nothing to do with any of it - you have to wonder how that small percentage manage to make so much trouble.

Kim Says:

EXACTLY!

shine Says:

What a sad, sad world we live in.

I’m going to go do some more madlibs.

This is why I rarely look at the news. (Dr.) Christiane Northrop says (I’m paraphrasing) that we are basically still tribal people and we are built to deal with the news of the tribe. But we’re living in a global society now and filtering the news of the whole world through our nervous systems and we are not equipped for this. And, really, what good does it do you to know what is going wrong on the other side of the world? No good. There’s nothing you can do but stress.

f.B Says:

We are so our strongest enemy.

Chick Says:

It’s heartbreaking…the cruelty.

Taylor Says:

Thanks for posting this, it was really an eye-opener for me :(

Julie Says:

I just got back from three weeks away, during which time I didn’t turn on a television or radio, or look at a newspaper or news web site.

I highly recommend this. I may keep up the blackout. There’s nothing I can do about any of this mess anyway.

Lesly Says:

and we wonder why we feel so f-in’ stressed all the time…

Desert Rat Says:

This is why I miss reading you and think we are related!

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