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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on April 14, 2003 at 11:47:10:

In Reply to:  Not remotely amusing, sad really posted by Rog the Dodge on April 08, 2003 at 13:50:51:

Called "Black" humour is quite typical in Spain ... this sureley happens with those have gone long on things. Stretching then seems coherence. But if humour in general may help to more happily survive and live, how much of better use when intelligently denouncing things one thinks should never have happened.

What we witness is again the expoliation of the commoners for the benefit of those that have more than enough. You may be wanting to read at The Guardian (UK's) today

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,2763,936203,00.html

That the commoners in spite of this may manage to outsmart these and live as reasonable lives as they can is a merit of their intelligence and will, for there's scarce thing in the will of those commanding these violent acts that has their wellbeing in mind. It is greed, not the lamb of gold, but the gold of the lamb as someone put it.

And seeing how short lives are and how people suffers due to injustices, it also spells of those that day after day are driven just by these gutty avarices of goods and empowerment a short-sightedness about their place in Earth, and what they are here for.

 
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