I encourage you doing so.
Its just that I realised that most will agree, they only agree during pre determine ammount of time.
They usually go back to latent state as soon the first bill of the months comes in.
Next time you bring anything to the table they will often argue saying "Its not like we need to go back to a horses and chariots." "Heck we should
invade Iran so we can keep our oil relatively cheap." "Shhh shh, the football game is starting"
It is like it is, everyone is struggling their way to keep up.
Scared and full of incertainty, we fit ourselves in a society who's driven by OUR own personal quality of life.
There is 300 million little despot making sure democracy will prevail.
Recently I kinda stopped losing my time arguing. I just try to minimise the ripple effect from my end.
Its sad but so far, from my perspective. 90% of people I talk to doesn't give a freaking crap about people dying left and right in the middle east or
that Monsanto is feeding us "things" that they wouldn't even dare to eat.
In fact its not that they doesn't give a damn, its more like they would do the same if they were in a position.
edit on 18-6-2012 by eagleeye2
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