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san j
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There's all this news about katrina and wilma... but on the very bottom of page 12 of a recent SF Examiner there's a 2 sentence paragraph to this effect:

79,000 DEAD, AND STILL COUNTING, IN PAKISTAN QUAKE

I think that merits the front page, certainly ahead of Maria Shriver's visit to the Exploratorium or the visit of Mayor Newsom to the Pier whence a deranged schizoid woman had tossed her 3 babes into the water.

79,000, which means, in Pakistan, something like 20,000 B's!!!!!

Can anyone here comprehend the meaning of these numbers?  While O's succumb to cholera and A's/AB's to cancer/cardiovascular disease, and B's to viruses,

EVERYBODY is killed by such "acts of God"... Count my mind BLOWN.


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The US media is truly pathetic when it comes to acknowledging the magnitude of world events.

It is totally mind-blowing, unfathomable... I just cannot imagine coping with an event of that scale...


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Kristin,
how about starting part II of this great thread?
adding the link to this part I, ofcourse for reference.
it is taking quite long to load.


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There you go, Lola

This one shouldn't take quite as long to load...  


Here's the original thread... also a sticky in the Live Right forum:


http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b=lr4yt,m=1110066247


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great job, thanks!


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Quoted from Kristin
The US media is truly pathetic when it comes to acknowledging the magnitude of world events.

It is totally mind-blowing, unfathomable... I just cannot imagine coping with an event of that scale...


Really it isn´t only US media - danish media aswell! And danish government and population...

Norway gave around 220 mill dk kr and denmark gave 30-45 mill.dk kr- we are about the same population and same economic standard! I feel so ashamed of being danish... we have become a selfcentered and xonophobian society. SAD
1 dollar= 6 dk kr.



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if Paris Hilton had been in Pakistan during the quake, there would have definitely been more coverage!! ........pathetic but true!!


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We have had quite  a lot of coverage of what's happening in Pakistan - we do have a lot of Asians who will have families over there - very worrying for them - but the other night I did notice the headlines were about the Conservative Leadership Contest followed by the Earthquake.... Hmmm - which one is more important?

I actually avoid watching too much of the news as they tend to go over and over the same things, endlessly discussing and if possible trying to find blame for whatever it is, and this actually affects me negatively - and seems so pointless. Yet, behind the scenes often there is a lot of good that happens that is just not covered by the main news. This I find depressing. How can we hope for people to grow up with a positive view of the world around them if all they are exposed to is the negativity and the "bad" things?


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I agree - We used to watch the news while we were eating dinner- but I have stopped- because it was so blody depressing- somehow I didn´t want my daughter to belive that all things that happends are negative/ terrible events.
We still watch the news together at other times- because I believe very strongly in telling kids about the world- including the bad sides... but at dinnertime- nope.


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Yesterday, the 2000th American soldier was killed in Iraq.  As horrific as this is, there is much less mention of what is speculated to be 30,000 Iraqis killed during this senseless war. (Please excuse my political leanings.)

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it is ok Gail and I agree


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Hello B's.  Hello B-halves of AB's.

Exj_j is, for the moment, back in the saddle, for numerous reasons...and by various means.  Some of it is inspirations/coincidences/synchronicities that were the answers to y'all's prayers, fer sher.

Whattan amazing bunch you/we are!!

Ellie, what's going on with you -- I recall there was a health challenge coming up for you in November, so, if you care to, remember we're here for ya.

And Kristin:  Where've you been?  You used to be everywhere, and, maybe it's me, I don't think I've seen from you in awhile?

I picked up a book at a sale the other day, on Central Asia (Uzbek/Khazak region): Very jazzed about it, not ready to start it right away, but I'm looking forward to reading it ... side by side with a book about those RUGS!!! The rugs of the nomads from the B regions are very attractive, and less expensive than those of villagers and workshops...Made by B ancestors/relatives, no doubt!

Check in, brethren and sistren.


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Good to see you Exj
Ellie
I was wondering about the same?
Haven´t heard from you a while!

Well guys I am 2 weeks into my 4 week teachers practice :
I am at a pretty large school teaching 8 years old - they are so funny and sweet
This week I really had to use all my B´nes. We were working together with children from grade 1-9  mixed! in a theme about children in other countries.
I was part of the South American team.
It really demanded a lot of imagination, octoupus behavior and I LOVED IT - it was so fun...
Lots of the old teachers really couldn´t stand it- not being safe in the classroom with their own kids- but I liked the networking- the stories- the chaos .. BUT when I came home I really needed to be left alone!
I have 2 weeks left- It will be more tradional teaching- I´ll be teaching the 8 yo danish - will do a theme about the old nordic gods. I think it ´ll be fun


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It's been a month so I thought I would bump this back to the top. Well Thanksgiving is nearly hear all of the relatives will be getting togather, 2/3's Bs with scattered puzzled Os. At least 2 people will bring cheesecakes and I will be putting cream in the pumpkin pie made with veggies glycerine I'll be making, after I tweak it I'll post it. Made with fresh grated pumpkin. Then we'll watch the college football team from the school most of us attended get used, bruised, and abused. The dogs will outdo their usually best at the "I'm starving, may I please have some more?" A distant relative from a nearby mil;itary base will be there for the first time. Could we have a lone A? More latter from "As the Spit Turns"
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Oh happy thanksgiving -look foreward to hear more


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gulgcoastguy!!!
where've you been?
doncha know there's a B and Individuality II now?  I like having the whole thing on one thread too, but the techies said "takes too long", so we're supposed to use that second thread.
B & Individuality, by any name, is a really special place to be.


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Well you know how we INTJ Type B's are about doing it our way, but to answer your question I was out of town for close to a week. Continuing education seminar at a casino in Tunica MS. Decent buffet though so I was able to stay in reasonable complience with the exception of exercize.
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And Kristin:  Where've you been?  You used to be everywhere, and, maybe it's me, I don't think I've seen from you in awhile?



Hey exj_j... thanks for thinking of me  

Still here... I was gone for a week or so but back now. Just not posting much lately... but yes, I'm around... lurking as they say...

gulfcoastguy... so good to hear from you again!! I've been wondering how things are shaping up down in your part of the country...


Glad we're able to keep this thread a'goin'

Blessed B  



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Welcome back, Kristin and gulfcoastguy. It's like gathering round the Thanksgiving table, "seeing" everyone again!


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thank you for remembering me folks. I have my op on Weds so any positive thoughts you can send my way I won't turn down. Not been too well for a few weeks so have been keeping quiet...

Will let you know what happens when I'm back.

Hope things going ok for you exjj, and glad you've  been having fun in the classroom Henriette!


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Ellie...dearle...we are all with you and keep our fingggerles crossed for you and you op


                                 
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Thinking of Ellie Right Now.


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Ellie?  Ellie? How'd it go?


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