Its hard to keep up...
Good on ya Sam...
Comon Google, where is Chrome.o/s when you need it?
Now that would be cool. (Not to mention good for Google)
I certainly get it that obesity and tooth decay are major concerns for those individuals who suffer from them. Are they concerns which the government should be involving itself in? Why?
My point is this. The human population is growing fast, way too fast. Abortion though, is considered bad. (An issue apart, I realize this.)
Euthanasia is bad as well. We should not smoke, as it can kill you. Yet, one can drink alcohol until reaching a state of complete oblivion, just so long as you do not drive a vehicle that is.
People's living conditions are becoming more overcrowded and have less job/work opportunities as time passes.
Young people spend many hours online dealing with trending and immediate issues, at least those important to themselves, but spend less time talking, or relating with their older family members. This results in historic matters relating to family and/or local social or cultural interest being forgotten.
Schools have little real control over their pupils and political correctness has, and is continuing to erode national identities.
This all makes me want more sugar, if only to sweeten the disgrace of it all.
- PaulWADE-PulpKultPracticing WordSmith, Blogger, presentAuthor.
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