posted on Aug, 25 2010 @ 01:45 PM
For those of you who have known me for a while and have spoken with me in private, know I am not up on the stars and flags and point thing, never
really understood it or trusted the system as I have seen posts I TOTALLY disagree with get huge responses and also the opposite.
What I do represent is the truth as I see it, I am at times proven wrong and thats all good too. It is just one members perspective. I am here to
learn and grow just as many here.
You know if you asked me how many points I have I couldnt tell you, the only time I actually take a look is when I get reductions from being off topic
or out of control from fighting for my oppinions.
What does make me happy about them is that when something hits me so strong that I make a thread about it, it is great to know that it gets the needed
attention to bring light to the subject.
More often my threads end up in the wastelands and the ones I would tend to think would ignite more information brought forward and heated discussion,
die quickly with little to no life and then the ones I just put out there with no expectations, just putting out what needs to be, can fly.
So, there you have it.
This was not about anything but what I felt upon reading this amazing article written by a respected and brave reporter, I only wish others will take
their cues from reporters like him and we can create the real change we all hunger for.
People are becoming news hounds in record numbers and it is not because of what they can discover but what they sense intuitively and yet feel
frustrated by the news they are not finding but being fed.
The internet has the chance to become that outlet for truth and perhaps, just maybe it will cause a waterfall effect throughout all media to follow
suit in what people of this and the next generations want in the information networks.