Posted on Thursday, October 4, 2012 in Uncategorized
I watched the debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney last night.
The two participants became contentious.
Maybe they cared deeply about having the most accurate and helpful information.
Maybe they work hard at accuracy and — being right — they wanted to be quoted accurately.
But, I’m saddened to think that they might care more about being elected.
What Would They Sacrifice To Win?
Following the debate I read various perspectives about the debate.
Adam Clymer, writing for the New York Times, began:
Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2012 in Uncategorized
This week we’re examining painful dating. Tuesday’s For Crying Out Loud included grief, loss, and the healing benefits of tears. Wednesday included helpful hints for dealing with being dumped.
“Last night — at a party — a guy I’ve had a huge crush on told my best friend that he liked me too. This morning I sent him a text message telling him how excited I was. Before he replied I caught up to my best friend. She didn’t know what I was talking about. I dreamed it all, EXCEPT for the embarrassing text I really sent my crush.“
Posted on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 in Uncategorized
Crying, and crying out loud in our pain, makes sense when we get dumped.
Last night we watched an episode of the television show Big Bang Theory. Leonard professed his love to his girlfriend Penny. Taken off guard, the slow to trust, Penny didn’t reciprocate. One thing led to another and Leonard got dumped.
Later lonely-Leonard hung out with his friend Raj. Raj, like Leonard, was feeling lonely for love. Here was their exchange:
Leonard: Don’t worry. You’ll meet a girl someday.
Raj: No, I won’t.