a reply to: blend57
I live on a planet of 8 billion people who - despite our remarkable differences - we all get along.
Most of us who walk this planet tend to ignore the drama of the 'news' and the 'current events'. Sure, we read them, but we read them as mildly
entertaining potentials in a proverbial sea of potentiality.
More often than not, we choose to immerse ourselves in fictional worlds that feel more real than the conspiratorial drama we hear about.
Since there's always at least three or more sides to every event, let alone conspiracy, we choose our facts, selectively in fact, and regard the
internet as merely one side of the story.
When I was growing up, I was convinced this was the center of all space and time.
Little did I know i was right.
Enjoyed your artistic flair.
but must you be such a debbie downer about life and it's possibilities?
There's so much more fun conspiracies rather than the death and destruction crap.
And I am not talking about who's sleeping with who or who's doing coke with a prostitute.
Like why is Microsoft research headquartered in Beijing?
Why has there been such an influx of H1B's and now Microsoft's CEO is now an Indian?
Has anyone actually seen this man named Donald Trump in real life?
What about Mark Zuckerberg?
And if teleportation - presented in Star Trek - is just now being released publicly, what technology are they withholding from the public?
You see. Death. and war. and destruction.
Seems so boring when there's so much more to be fascinated by