This site is full of pansies
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internet chat rooms personify psychological projection. For all that I've had dished out to me in light of my opinions, and especially considering the individuals in real life I have spoken with concerning this place... Hubski is no different.
The constant is the same, prevailing dominance in external measures through formulating internal opinions.
Go ahead, tell me to take meds (directed at all of hubskii not just you flagamuffin). Years from now I will peacefully, and respectfully reveal my personal opinions of the social interactions here - though a lot more people than you think have paid attention to this place.
For the record, Prince as a person, is a genuine man. His music isn't part of my routine auditory journeys.
ps. in mid-september I went off right after the NY bombings in a sort of paranoia. Like I said, there are a lot more people watching this place than you all think.
There's a lot more to this world than what you think. Keep sharing what you think, but remember that knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.
Wisdom doesn't just run on what you think, and observations are different than thoughtful projections. Behind a screen, this is nearly impossible to identify.
you're totally right - I'm speaking of the entire scope of media and it's strength relative to the position it held as it was represented hundreds of years ago in the constitution. I'm interpreting the trends, not extrapolating my opinion off of media sources. Thanks for your feedback. I'm clearly not going to entertain the idea of sharing more of what I think with you.
'I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!' =D =D =D
I understand your point, though - but I see a reality where prayer can be given for thanking past events. Look at how athletes give thanks to god for their performance under the limelight, for example..
- This has nothing to do with the media.
how did you come upon this information?
If you can't explain something simply, you don't understand it well enough. The constitution was meant to be a living document, I know friends who interpret the constitution much differently than I do. Media has balkanized everyone, and the risk media presents today is far greater than this unconstitutional behavior by the U.S. government. I'm defending the law only so far as it is intended, and while fundamental amendments are actively denounced by the media, I attack them on the grounds that their covering is not credible as a source of news. I am a conspiracy theorist, after all.
People, like it or not, are far more co-dependent upon technology today than they are upon their government. Look at the popular topics present in culture, and the way they are transferred. Centralized hubs for propagating information are becoming synonymous with legislation. Conversation is now dependent upon infrastructure solely propped up by individuals and their (often hidden) agendas. I wish KB didn't have me blocked now. I know he has a lot of experience with cloud-based social archetypes.
The position of the government today in comparison to the sphere of influence media has is the lesser of two evils (imo). The bias today in media has promoted a rupturing within society down to the fundamental values of our country. I'm not dogging the 1st amendment. But looking at the constitution as a living document, the freedom of speech is being circumvented by the snowballing of media-tech. On paper it is revolutionary, but look at the degree of social engagement today. I've met a lot of socially hyperactive persons, who have zero concept of a reality outside of the spheres they chose to follow in the cloud.... stagnation in my humble opinion. (and something something, space is the answer).
If you don't have anything to hide then I'd say, theoretically, you should feel safer. Personally having tracked my own metrics correlating to large-media centers of projection - seeing the stark contrast in what they are covering now compared to a month ago... I feel much less safe, to say the least.
the divisiveness of media is going to bring ruin to the people before any breaches of constitutional rights. The pen is much mightier than the sword. The media is not run by the people. It is run by individuals who must propagate, elevate, and harness a position that ensures their growth. They, despite all their spin over the facts, and how they justify their position through viewership, are not fair or balanced whatsoever.
mark my words.
Here's a fantastic TED-radio hour conversation that just came out looking into mental health. You might relate to parts of it regarding your family. I know I did.