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    I've so had it with the elite society that was been being built for the last fifty years or so.  Built on the backs of those whom were oppressed because of race, built on the backs of those who could not afford college, built on the backs of those of us in 50/60s were determined unfit for college by the time we were in seventh grade, the learning disabled has to struggle and will continue to struggle as we only push forward those considered genius or bright.  Now your options with labor overseas is to sign up for the military so the elite coporate shareholders can have their trillion dollar war off of your back.  But, don't ask for any help when you return and can't pychologically or physical deal with what has happened to you.  

    As for TV, I hardly ever watch.  Last night on CSI the hour long show was about some sick bastard torturing an under age girl?  Who is this entertainment for?  It is prime time TV and how many kids are watching this?  It is sick, and could be easily considered some kind of twisted voyeurism.  I turned it off, and just the few minutes I watched I had a reaction to seeing such a boundary being cross on TV with ease, like this is normal everyday stuff.  And we wonder why our society is so messed up.

    And the cherry on top is now they think we can keep working until we die, but the companies will not allow that, so Americans are caught between companies that won't hire them or keep them working full-time and a stupid government that thinks the solution is to keep everyone working with an almost 8% unemployment rate.

    The stupid is now turning into a psychological nightmare that only the 99% truly understands the difficulty laid in front of us.  

    I've had it with the egos of those who can't have compassion for others or even figure out that perhaps they got lucky and should be repsectful of others that haven't.  Even Freud knew that ego could be a very dangerous thing, the more it is fed, the bigger it gets.  Kinda reminds me of the banks.

    What a sad cesspool of crap we live in, and trying to change it will take longer than I have years left.  But, it will change, it has to change.


    "During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolution­ary act. " George Orwell

    by zaka1 on Thu Mar 28, 2013 at 03:28:53 PM PDT

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