The Great American Cereal Caper

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  1. Colleen says:

    Unbelievable ignorance and unfounded anger along with entitlement is so costly. It still amazes me that intelligent beings who claim a scientific beings stand on lies that can be disproven in a heartbeat. Colors of skin mean no more then colors of hair do. We are all one imperfect race. Differences of opinion are simply that.Truth, action and love are what is needed. There used to be a thing called “first do no harm”. I am astounded that so many have chosen to leave behind adult behavior and love, in order to turn to selfish , boring & childish attacks and lies. We have within our grasp the ability to make life better for so many, but we choose not to. Yes, it is a choice! We say we care about slavery but only look at the errors of 200 years ago rather than correct and rescue the slavery that goes on today. We say we care about injustice, and yet we kill innocent people every day. Some by abortion, some lack of food and medicine, and some by hate and neglect. Instead we put money into shows about who can make the best cupcake.We talk about the injustice of lack in our world and pour millions into entertainment and toys instead. The truth is if we really cared, and really loved, we would be doing something positive for those that hurt or need instead of paying great amounts of money to actors and sports figures to distract ourselves. We would not be tearing each other down and spouting negative comments, and we would be stepping up to help. It shouldn’t be dangerous just to exist, but that is what our behavior has resulted in. May God help us to wake up before it’s too late to make a real difference in this world for good.

  2. Mike says:

    There is much more to this stupidity – in this article this morning. http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/10/28/george-washington-church-plaque-honoring-first-president-must-come-down

    Those that walk today will be judged by future generations, just like the current generations are judging the past. The question remains on how long future generations will exist.

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