‘Twas a terrible day, worse that the message was not understood even after the World Trade Center was hit twice. That the use of money to extort the natural resources and labor of the people’s of the world and leave them with barely enough to survive is wrong simply does not register with a commercial class that sees only profit for itself.
It has taken me a long time to understand that because I have no interest in commerce (moving things around to nab a share) or ruling. The wedding of church and chamber is quite an innovation, more practical than selling indulgences. Though the latter is obviously antecedent. Jesus drove the money changers out of the temple, but not for good. The Almighty Dollar is not ironic. The deification of the currency makes it hard to see it as just a tool.
I do not want my account to be secure.
I do not want to be told what to do
And certainly not by a Yahoo.
A security blanket is not a normal.
I really hate repeating myself, but it is necessary.
Their increasing proliferation strikes me as a good thing. The spoken word is more immediate. However, not enough attention is being paid to whether the talkers are easy to understand. Rachel Maddow’s voice carries well. So does Michael Moore’s.
After looking at the video, my take-away is that it is of a female. A friend suggests Ashli Babbitt, which would explain both the military stride and the inability to find a living person.
Presumably, the backpack has DNA.
Or should they be Super Hounders, people who lust to be superior to everyone else based on nothing at all. Virtual superiority. Is that their ideal?
Some posts did not get published for one reason or another and languish in draft form. This is one from last December. My opinions have not changed.
Is commerce nothing but the disembodied christian? Did Jesus chase the money changers from the temple because they were competing. The separation of church and state is not nature friendly. “Upon this rock I will build my church.” Is that a claim to dominion. Democracy is not consistent with either religious or secular corporations (artificial but not artistic bodies). Christian nations vs Original nations