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The Red Queen rants about injustice - and stuidity - and...well, you get the idea.
Facebook is the devil.
It is Hell for friendships, the firey pit of forgetfulness where many a friendship has slowly died on the alter of good intentions.
Oh yes - I know, facebook is a wonderful thing, a fantastic way to keep in touch with your friends, to re-connect with people you haven't seen since high school or, in my case, since dinosaurs ruled the earth. But is it truly the angel of light and the savior of the lonely that it claims to be?
Okay - so I've been having a "discussion" with various family members (almost all of which are fundamenatlist Christian, and 99% of those are republican) who all feel that Global Warming is a hoax.
I know the arguments...I've seen the studies. And my point here is not whether or not Global Warming is real (or not) or whether studies have been tweaked (or not) but rather why the hell people are so dead set on proving "global warming" wrong?
I find it amusing when someone claims to have THE truth. Don't get me wrong, I admire their ability to stick to their guns and defend their viewpoint, but to insist that there is only one way to look at things - only one truth - makes me shake my head.
It's like looking at a photograph of a person - or a painting - and making assumptions about where they were and what they were doing from the angle the photo was taken or the painting was painted. How on earth would you know - from
Indigo Society used to be a haven - a place to go to 'get away' from the mundane crap that one has to deal with on a daily basis.
Here you found like-minded people, open-minded people with whom you could discuss issues that really mattered; Science, religion, philosophy, spirituality, speculation, history, sociology and how all of these things could be applied to one's spiritual evolution.
And when you left - you felt rejuvenated - energized - ready to go out and deal
Where have all the flowers gone?
All but the mums. And I suppose that mums serve a purpose, but I find them annoying. They’re annuals for one thing – they bloom once and then are gone. Who came up with the concept of annuals anyway? Now I know that mums CAN be planted and – if tended to properly – can survive the winter. But it takes a dedicated gardener. So, at the best, you can get three seasons out of mums. And quite frankly, it seems like a waste.