January 6, 2012
By Trenton GOLD, Litchfield, Illinois
Trenton GOLD, Litchfield, Illinois
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Favorite Quote:
"There is nothing so bad that it can't be laughed at, maybe it shouldn't, or it would be innapropriate to, but nothing that you can not laugh at."

I alternate between two extreme opposites in the manner I view you, myself, and everyone else. The first is a manner in which I feel extreme contentment amongst you. A time when I can appreciate our efficient way of living even for all of it's flaws, and I see that it must be the best possible present we prepared for. In the other extreme I see a failed social, diplomatic, and moral system which is so blatenly set in one direction it is like a train in old western movies heading off the side of a cliff where the tracks were blown out by bandits, except no one on the train is worried about a way to avoid the plunge or even lessen the impact of the rocky bottom. I feel these two extremes and I know there must be some middle ground I could find. Although I'm unsure I would actually like to.

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