Comment: Two things: 1) "We should sit

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Two things: 1) "We should sit

Two things:

1) "We should sit back and let it play out before we throw stones." Yes, Telfire, you should. Don't say we when what's meant is I. Many people commit this foul. It muddies communication and allows games, kicking aside honesty and clarity. No games. You, Telfire, sit back to let things play out so that you don't throw stones. Because, if waiting merely delays stones thrown, why wait?

2) I fear AJ's presence in mainstream media. My fear is his temperament will infuse media. If it does, bickering and division will be high throughout the United States. That temperament will decimate communication and the volition and ability for teamwork. Already, communication and language in America are damaged. People 30 years old and younger saturate their communication in superlatives. Only 10 to 15 years ago people aged 30 or younger didn't write or speak in excess casually and habitually. Everyone, tighten your language. A lot of things depend on it.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.