Couldn't agree more.What drivel. No offense to good intent of his thought, but the major reason why we are losing this country is because we are shaping our society and conditioning ourselves to base our functioning on emotion.
so they went to Newtown to make the announcement?I agree with the writer. The BE7 announcement could have and should have waited until Monday. Were they that hard up that they had to announce it on a Saturday? No, the world didn't stop because of the shooting and we all continued on with our lives, but things like this that everyone knew about and knew would grab headlines could have waited. It's simple human decency in my book and the BE7 President's exhibited some pretty selfish, boorish behavior.
Yeeeeeooooooowwwwwww!!!!!!I realize that every time I read the Bevel, SER, but I enjoy it just the same.
Obviously, the events in Newtown were horrific, but I believe some of you are more than picking nits, a jersey guy, first and foremost.
Completely agreed. This seems to me like the case of someone looking for something to be outraged about.This is ridiculous...On a micro scale, people cope with grief in different ways: some find solace in the routine of a normal day, while some choose to show their grief in a more demonstrative manner. Why can't we all be different. Similarly, on a macro level, why can't news be broken AND those very same people still be grieving. These are not mutually exclusive ideas. I don't think anyone thought: OMG the BE7 are splitting off...now my respect and grief for the victims and community in Connecticut is somehow diminished