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Subject line Snipped from a friends journal in a private post so not gonna mention from whom.

Its such an excellent statement and judging by 2 peoples little snits today something some people should learn.

That being said something I have learned the hard way over time is that there is a large distinction between personal drama and things that matter. One needs to recognize that life by its nature has Drama deaths in family's illness personal issues the list is endless the trick is to distinguish between what is natural and what is a constant flow of situations and angst that is self generated in a detrimental fashion.One has to look and see and judge for themselves what goes on in the world rather than blindly accept labels that others print and plaster on people and situations.

Recognize it deal with it and transcend it! only you can start forest fires ;-)

Comments as always are open and welcome
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I was humming this all week and someone made it into a movie.
THERE IS A GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ladies gentlemen republican geeks OUR ADMINISTRATION PROUDLY PRESENTS!!!!!!!!!!!

CHENEYS GOT A GUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pelvis has left the building. ;-)
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This one goes out to the budding librarian [livejournal.com profile] badfaggot Gee they must be using the al quaida decimal system!

Policing Porn Is Not Part of Job Description
Montgomery Homeland Security Officers Reassigned After Library Incident
By Cameron W. BarrWashington Post Staff Writer
Friday, February 17, 2006; Page B08

Two uniformed men strolled into the mainroom of the Little Falls library in Bethesda one day last week and demanded the attention of all patrons using the computers. Then they made their announcement: The viewing of Internet pornography was forbidden.

And now for more oddness
Okay now I may be a liberal but not only this but Airforcone is being outsourced.
Who owns the country ???

Some in Congress Object to Arab Port Operator
Company Based in United Arab Emirates Set to Manage 6 East Coast Facilities After Takeover

By Paul BlusteinWashington Post Staff Writer
Friday, February 17, 2006; Page A11
The management of major U.S. ports taken over by an Arab-owned company? What was the Bush administration thinking when it allowed such a thing?
That is the question being asked by members of Congress from both parties.
Their indignation is aimed at the $6.8 billion purchase by Dubai Ports World, a state-owned company in the United Arab Emirates, of a firm that handles most operations at ports in New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, New Orleans,Miami and Philadelphia.


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