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November 9th, 2013
John’s right, conner. I’m sure, like me, you remember the humorist singer Lehrer putting it succinctly in his song National Brotherhood Week in the 1960s:Oh, the Protestants hate the Catholics,And the Catholics hate the Protestants,And the Hindus hate the Muslims,And everybody hates the Jews. As they say, it’s funny because it’s true.Whether it’s Jews or Muslims or the child of an over-punishing parent, one of the worst things about being persecuted is you start to feel persecuted, and human nature responds badly to feeling persecuted. Historically, Jews have struggled with that of course, both persecution and then fallout from their response to feeling persecuted. African Americans and women and gays in America have struggled with it in their ways. And of course some individuals in every society are more persecuted than others. It could be argued that Jews dealt with it most productively by focusing their own on education and financial success, but human nature being what it is, those who would persecute Jews didn’t respect Jews for that, they only became angrier and more resentful of Jews for their successes, mocking them, warring with them, murdering them. In today’s world, Muslims feel the sting of persecution but, again, human nature being what it is, that experience doesn’t compel them to be more understanding of Jews, but even more resentful.
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November 13th, 2013
– “Including in comments on this blog. Although he’s more forthright about saying it, the “my feelings are more important than your feelings” belief runs throughout American viewpoint and discourse.”OMG – Zal is finally funny. He says the above seemingly with no trace of irony after claiming on another thread that he is constantly attacked because people hate that he is “always right” and then proceeds to whine about being supposedly personally insulted because he clearly feels that his feelings are paramount and he should be able to to say whatever stupid thing he wants without reaction. Now I admit – I did LOL at that. I rarely come across a less self-aware commenter on the blogs I frequent.Of course, as we all know, he has the right to say or post whatever he wants – as long as the host allows him, or he posts on his own website. He doesn’t seem to understand, however, in that big brain of his that he doesn’t have the right to post something moronic and then NOT be called on it. Yeah – if you post something that manages to be not only stupid, unfunny but misogynistic all at once, you better expect to be “attacked six ways from Sunday.” But, hey – if it took pointing out his idiocy in posting that to him to finally start to get through to him, witnessed by this whiny comment, then I say – Mission Accomplished.
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November 16th, 2013
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November 24th, 2013
"Giving your money and public support to Invisible Children so they can spend it on funding ill-advised violent intervention and movie #12 isn’t helping. Do I have a better answer? No, I don’t, but that doesn’t mean that you should support KONY 2012 just because it’s something. Something isn’t always better than nothing. Sometimes it’s worse."Well, what proof is there that the money is not helping? What proof is there that doing something is worse? I do think doing something may start off as worse. In this link I'm told that Kony uses children as body guards so killing them is wrong. Well, something can be done. I don't think the children really want to be in that situation. TO bad there is really no such thing as ninjas. They could swoop in during the night, take the children body guards away to safety and then capture Kony. (Yeah I'm dreaming)I am also told in this link that the soldiers who are supposes to be helping and suppose to be the good guys are also doing raping. Should there not then be a system already set up to take these guys from the army and discipline them? I have now doubts about both sides. I am still in favor of Kony 2012 though. I can understand the reason to use some of the money they get to use media for their agenda. They need to get the word out. People need to be reminded constantly of this situation or else they will forget while they sit at home nice and safe.
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November 30th, 2013
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December 1st, 2013
>So what about the vast majority of America that is nowhere near small cities, let alone big ones?The vast majority of LAND, but not PEOPLE. Also, just to make the point, small towns may not be able to support a lot of transit, but there’s no reason in the world why they can’t be highly walkable. The whole 19th century small town American vernacular was for walkable towns surrounding a railroad station.>Farmer Ted out in Laramie and his cousin Earl in Butte donâ€™t know what â€œdensityâ€ is, let alone care. Yet they still have to drive 50 miles to buy the tools to fix their combine harvesters to feed YOUR ASS.That’s a recent phenomenon. Farmer Ted has to drive 50 miles to buy his tools because one WalMart in a town 50 miles away killed the entire surrounding economy, including the small hardware stores in the half-dozen farming villages between it and Farmer Ted’s fields.The question then is whether farming, which used to be a local economy, can become one again. There are folks out there making both arguments, that it can and that it can’t. Personally, I’m unconvinced either way. And though I don’t think ethanol, biodiesel or switchgrass are viable as replacements for oil in the general population, their potential to provide self-grown fuel for farmers is intriguing. Would Farmer Ted still have a problem if he dedicated 1% of his land to growing fuel? I sure as hell don’t know, but what an interesting idea!Also, I know this wasn’t the main point, but Laramie and Butte aren’t great examples. Both of them have .>If weâ€™re going to socially engineer our way out of this messFor the sake of fairness, I’ll just remind everyone that this mess is the result of social engineering, not the free market. Every level of government subsidizes the driving economy one way or another. We can’t expect the free market alone to solve a problem that was engineered from the start.
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December 1st, 2013
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December 3rd, 2013
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December 5th, 2013
OK Derek. I have watched it! First of all THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS! I have long since known of the grief Uganda. I remember hearing accounts of things going on while listening to the radio. Always when I show concern or the desire to do something, my parents become overbearing, patronizing, and fed up with me telling me that there is nothing I can do. I have always hated being powerless. Especially in the plight of others.I have cried again for watching this video. I grieve for the lived lost and the lives ripped apart. I will no longer be made to be ashamed of these tears or stop them. I will cry but I will stand up to so something. At last I have something to help me do what I always wanted to do! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHOWING ME THIS DEREK! I WILL MAKE EVERYONE HERE WHERE I LIVE SEE THIS AND ACKNOWLEDGE THIS! I WILL GET OTHERS TO HELP ME HERE!And I KNOW we will be victorious! I want to see these people finally have peace and comfort and then to be able to heal and live there lives with dignity and no fear or pain! I KNOW IT WILL HAPPEN! By the power of my God who I believe in, I WILL HELP MAKE IT HAPPEN!
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