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Best Answer Ian Moone says
I liked all you answer except the McDonald's one. Do your research on that one. Personal responsibility is at a all time LOW in today's world. Blaming others isn't cutting it anymore.
MacDonalds are the classic example of what's wrong with the world, it's just that people like you can't see it..Their food has been proven in the UK to be poisonous, & the waste they throw away everyday is a total disgrace & a waste of energy
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Kylyssa Shay says
I like your horizon too! The mdia is told what and how much that we see and people just need to understand that. One show showed a wor-torn city about 10 miles away from it and there was no war and it was beautiful.
Mary Norton says
I lived thrugh some bad storms, hurricanes and such and still do not see a bad furture for humans or animals or even the planet.
I too am an optimist however bad storms are one thing, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunami's are another. Until we have endured living off the land in caves or underground shelters with no electricity eating insects can we really know?
blue, all one has to do is get out of the dity and sepnd a month in the widlerness without electricy, phone or computer access. Then let us know how your (figuretively) survived and what you experienced. City ppl can't see that. Life is all around!
as you may know I don't live in a city but the country and 80% of my diet comes from my garden so I have a better understanding than most, add a wood burning stove and you begin to get the picture.
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The sun will always shine sometime after a storm. Mother nature dictates that for her world. It's the way things work.
Yoleen Lucas says
Yes, we are still here and will be for a very long time. It is called evolving and acclamating to our surroundings. Thanks for that great answer.