posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 04:33 PM
Good start in stirring the waters, Sky. I think one of the most important morals behind your article is that people are too quick to point fingers,
but maybe even in the act of trying to steer people towards truth, you, yourself, have pointed fingers.
I see this as a circular argument with good starting intentions. The good, the bad, and the most well spoken will be the victor. In fact in my
experience I see that this is the general trend with the media, but I could be wrong in this case; I have never spent much time trolling websites. The
search for truth in my mind is the one thing that separates humans from the rest of the lower animal kingdom, to those who try to shine a light in the
darkness I respect and appreciate you. I agree that information in this age is harder to discern as truth, but I do not agree that you can use that as
a crutch to be ignorant.
I will leave much more than I have said to the professionals of web boarding. I would like to impart a possible solution to this problem though.
Perhaps if people were to get out and experience more things in life, to go and see the things talked about on this site and on the tv, the problems
arising from armchair journalists would become less profane. And if that were the case, more and more people knowing the truth rather than believing a
bunch of letters on a monitor, maybe just then people could band together in a competent approach to actually stopping the things they are complaining
about. Or there might not be a problem at all and this is just the normality of life, either way carry on good man stirring the waters cant let the
world get to stale.