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Plain and simple. Read... if people see you reading they are more likely to pick up a book and read themselves. Try it. My son watches me read all the time, when he sees me reading, he gets his books and mimics me... the difference between him and other children his age, is that he can read for himself. Not only is he intelligent, but because he can read he is a very independant toddler.
Need I say more?
Originally posted by Ancrom
it was only a matter of time .
modern medicine has allowed those
with defective genes to live long enough
to procreate, no offense but deliberately
putting flaws back into the gene pool is wrong.
reply to post by infinite
Originally posted by jpbressi
It is an agenda, a concept that should be included is the extremely advanced subliminal technology being illegally used to reinforce public support for stupid, like who really cares what Paris Hilton, or Brittany are doing, and why so much money made on dumb, on activity that will never improve or inspire higher life activity. It is employed to promote a passive citizen with no insight but with passion against anyone dissenting against the media induced norm standard. This allows a slavery government to keep control. Like when someone sees definite multiple problems with the 911 mainstream explanation and O'Reilly, and Wolfe Blizter get on the air and laugh at it calling it conspiracy paranoia. It is an evolved science using extremely effective psychological tools to manipulate the masses into a hypnotic narrow insight of the world, while keeping them preoccupied with stupid: celeberties, terrorist threats, working too many hours, taxes etc. Just control
Originally posted by infinite
The internet is starting to become the same, which is very alarming to us.
Originally posted by Gun Totin Gerbil
You can't really check the integrity of the population sample of this video, but I'd hope they weren't typical.