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Action Bob Markle

Music, theater, and my personal life, not always in that order. I try to keep it interesting, I rarely hold back, because one thing I truly believe in is the shared experience of this reality we call life. We're all in this together, people. More than we even know.

Friday, October 26, 2007

I'm just tired...

Sometimes I get so damn tired. I get so tired of people who are clueless who should know better. Who are so insensitive or worse, callous, to the heartache and suffering that can go on in this world. I'm so tired of the entitled, well-off in this country who never had to struggle in their lives, who had everything handed to them, who judge the rest of the world from inside their air-conditioned bubbles, acting so all-knowing. Don't judge the hungry unless you've been hungry. The homeless until at least your home was in jeopardy. The poor until you've woken up not knowing how you were going to pay your bills. Until you've had to hide your poverty, your hunger, or your pain.

I'm sick and tired of people who ruin other people's lives (especially those who are conscious that they do it) and then just cut and run, leaving others to pick up the pieces.

I am so tired of coddling people. I'm so sorry you weren't hugged enough when you were a child. I'm so sorry you had it so bad. That's no excuse. It's terrible, but it's no excuse to go around hurting people and ruining other people's lives.

We're all connected on this planet, and just because some people are too damn stupid to see that, to understand, doesn't make it any less true. Ignorance is not an excuse.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous George said...

John:
I know exactly how you feel about being tired of "people who ruin other people's lives (especially those who are conscious that they do it) and then just cut and run..." I call them knuckleheads. See my blog post about Drive-by Shootings, Data Breaches, and Knuckleheads. I also hope to see you around the halls of Digitas.

George

October 28, 2007 at 3:29 PM  

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