What kind of bubble do u live in?.....

  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 22, 2013 1:14 PM GMT
    Do u see the big picture or does ur mindset get in the way of truly understanding others? Do u only see what u want to see or do u consider urself an open-minded person? Are u backwards thinking or do u see all people the same? We all want to be loved, we all bleed red, all want same rights.....
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 22, 2013 5:56 PM GMT
    I see all people as basically the same. We are all human beings for chrissakes. Any type of bigotry is just so stupid in this modern day and age.
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 22, 2013 6:25 PM GMT
    I see that not everyone is treated the same, that some people are privileged. The deck is stacked, nothing is earned fairly. Anyone not living in a bubble can see clearly that society, as it exists today, has a lot of racial supremacy, which is exacerbated by economic inequality. Furthermore, our governments are puppets to rich multinational industries, who will destroy everything, as we distract ourselves with petty, bigoted, and deeply hurtful inequalities.... We must change, or we are all damned. No bubble will withstand the coming storms.
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 22, 2013 6:52 PM GMT
    leo_ saidI see everyone through the same light. That includes me,myself. I treat all of them fairly irrespective of their relationship with me. I listen to everyone's perceptions and point of views alike a diplomat and had always been fair at judging or commenting. Confidently I'd say that I am not judgmental.

    Anyone who can see wealthy people in mansions and poor people in slums in the same light would know that society as it stands is inhumane and unsustainable. If you saw everyone in the same light you would see that the wealthy are cold, greedy and heartless to allow poor people to starve and sift through the refuse, while the elite play golf. If we as a people really saw everyone in the same light, we would revolt against the few criminals in power and live in a society that looks out for all people's needs.
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 22, 2013 7:35 PM GMT
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    Dec 23, 2013 2:46 AM GMT
    HottJoe said
    leo_ saidI see everyone through the same light. That includes me,myself. I treat all of them fairly irrespective of their relationship with me. I listen to everyone's perceptions and point of views alike a diplomat and had always been fair at judging or commenting. Confidently I'd say that I am not judgmental.

    Anyone who can see wealthy people in mansions and poor people in slums in the same light would know that society as it stands is inhumane and unsustainable. If you saw everyone in the same light you would see that the wealthy are cold, greedy and heartless to allow poor people to starve and sift through the refuse, while the elite play golf. If we as a people really saw everyone in the same light, we would revolt against the few criminals in power and live in a society that looks out for all people's needs.



    It's been that way forever, and it always will be. There are two approaches to combat poverty. One seeks to allow people to raise themselves up, and the other seeks to push down from the top, until everyone is equally miserable. The former is far from perfect, but usually results in a better lifestyle for all. The latter is distructive and always leads to misery, no matter how well intentioned it's supporters might be.
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    Dec 23, 2013 3:19 AM GMT
    Bubbles break all too often. Mine did. Life has been really depressing and disappointing the last few years. I still choose to carry on. I think we all have difficult times and just want to say "fuck it". But then we wouldn't be around to shade these shady mother fuckers in the forums. icon_biggrin.gif