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Rita Pierce
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Happy my hubby did not break his foot.
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An amazing study on false memories and how they can be as vivid as a real memory.
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Today's TED Talk: Psychologist Elizabeth Loftus describes how unreliable our memories really are. Scary/fascinating: http://on.ted.com/memory
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Not saying Chipotle is better, but this video has some haunting truths that can be seen in our own society.
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I guess this is what happened when Obama cut the military budget.
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What an amazing way to recapture the impact this event truly had.
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Tolerance is a two way road. According to Merriam-Websters it is, "Sympathy or indulgence for beliefs or practices differing from or conflicting with one's own"
This does not mean you have to agree it just means you should give people the freedom to believe how they wish. You see that they have validity in those beliefs or practices even when they do not match up to yours and that's ok. I believe we can all find a peaceable way to express those beliefs. Now it is only a matter of choosing to do so.
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I think it it's unfair to force your views on anyone much less with violence. I think that people should have the right to believe what they want as long as they do so peaceably. Noone is innocent and both sides have there extremists. I'm not saying one side is more right than another. I just wish people could realize that it isn't fair to force people to conform. Isn't this one of the things our country was built on? That we should all be equal and even if we don't share the same views we should accept that we have the right to a difference of opinion, or belief. Other wise we would all be British and Catholic right now, right? Nothing against brits or catholics. I just miss what America once stood for.
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You know as a lay here thinking about how people have hyped up the death of one person (myself included) and I do feel it is truly a tragedy to lose Cory Monteith. But I also feel it it's a tragedy that we don't feel this way about all untimely deaths. Where are the crowds crying for little Suzy who was hit by a drunk driver or little Tommy shot on the street corner. I know these are made up names but I also know in my gut that there is someone dying right now at this very moment and no one is there to cry out at the injustice of it all. That is very tragic. :-(
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