Random thoughts

This is a beautiful story. History and learning from its unforgiving mistakes is all too lacking in today’s society. See Fighting Hate, Across Cultures and Generations

Woo wee! This is cold stuff eh? NYC Weather report

Hurray, hurrah! About time some one important went to jail. Former Enron executives agree to plead guilty I think Elliott Spitzer is my Man of the Year. Spitzer’s the guy who’s looking out for the little guy cleaning up all the corporate disgrace. Corporate misdeeds run amok, just like our “MBA President”. Birds of a feather, flock together.

Marriage is good but uhhh … Bush Plans $1.5 Billion Drive for Promotion of Marriage ? According to the article, aimed to promote marriage in low-income couples? I don’t think that’s the problem here. How about using some of that money to invest into the US economy and education? Or, if truly targeted “to help couples develop interpersonal skills that sustain “healthy marriages.”, then make mandatory counseling. That will cut down on divorces. You get a lot more divorces when you get power couples like Howard Dean and Dr. Steinberg. Each one its own captain. Eventually, the partnership will be split in two and the kids get screwed. Everyone thinks that divorces can fix your mistakes and everything will go fine. No, it just makes it worse. If divorce is an option, then don’t get married. Period. There was a pointed satirical article about conservatives and marriage a couple of months ago. I am sorry I didn’t save it.

#Rant off


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  1. I really liked the “Fighting Hate…” article. Genocide, regrettably, transcends race, gender, religion, age, etc.; it is hate, indifference and so much more wrapped into one monster. Yet, the two individuals in the article, who have made it their mission to talk to others about their experiences (Holocaust, Rwanda) – they too show that the fight against genocide is something that also transcends race, gender, religion, age, etc.; it is love, friendship and makes up all that is good. We can’t lose sight of that. I’ll stop preaching now. 😉

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