I just realized the problem that I have with some of the people doing the protest, in that they hide their face behind masks and bandannas. Wall Street needs to see the faces of America. Wall Street and the rest needs to see the faces that they are screwing over...
Maybe it is just me, but I am trying to figure out why people want to screw things up which are perfectly fine in the way that they look and operate. Over the last four or five years it seems as though the aim of software people is to make things more and more unusable. It seems as though they have forgotten the basic “KISS” thought. You know the term, “Keep It Simple Stupid.”
I have become tired of the politicians all over this country blaming everyone else for the problems that we are encountering in this country. Seriously, they all seem to be laying the blame on someone else. Michael Jackson had a song that people really need to listen too and think about. "The Man In The Mirror".
Even if you can't help with much, everything counts.
Here is the link that Bryn mentions
Ok, I will admit it, I am addicted a few of the "Reality" TV shows. Now most of the ones that people call "reality tv" really should be called "Game Shows", as there is really no reality in these shows. I'm talking about shows like Survivor, America's Next Top Model, Hell's Kitchen, Project Runway, Big Brother and so many other shows. Now of the ones that I mentioned, I will admit that I watch all but Project Runway.
Sitting here watching the news and they showed Michelle Bachmann, who is running for President of the USA., then suddenly I began to wonder about something.
I find it amazing the number of people that I hear who talk about "Thinking Outside Of The Box" who in reality really don't, as they are so far into sticking to there comfort zone that they really don't see it. After watching the video that I posted of a talk given by Bryn Drescher, I am beginning to realize how much I also do that myself. Maybe it's age or something else, I don't know. But over the last few days I have been trying my best to step outside of my box as much as possible.