People call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a door mat or a prostitute. Rebecca West
I love this, what he has to say. I'll turn 61 on Saturday, but when I was a kid my grandma didn't have running water or electricity in her little country house, and we didn't have indoor plumbing until we moved to town, when I was about to turn 8. So now, when I hold my iPhone in my hand and I can see a representation of where my car is on the highway, or I can listen to music or watch a video (not while I'm driving) on my PHONE...well, I really relate to what he says. And humor is always delicious. Enjoy!
I just loved this. Lately, I've been obsessed with what seems to be a cultural inability to appreciate anything, and this guy just nailed it on the head.
Really makes you want to kiss your cel phone, doesn't it? I like this guy. He makes a good point. Yeah, we don't appreciate what we have. But some things--like health care--have deteriorated to way less than was available when we were young. And that is not a good thing.
That was fun. Thank you!
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