“the problem isn't heartlessness but rather that she has an elitist attitude. she doesn't know what it's like to worry about daycare and the price of it. she can buy an army of nannies to take care of her children.”
jdiary on Nov 28, 2013 at 12:08:37
“Have you read her book? The issues she faced while pregnant and caring for a newborn, I also faced - I've always considered myself tough but she displayed a level of tenacity that I've never seen in many female colleagues. Yes, she had a better beginning than most but money couldn't buy her out of a lot of issues she faced and overcame.”
“I just downloaded your book and read most of it in a day. Your generosity is inspiring.
I went through the first exercises, they helped me to gain a key insight to myself.
Perhaps the naysayers, which I am sure by now you have met many of, are just afraid to put their own self under the microscope out of fear of what they might find. Vulnerabilities don't make us weak though, they make us human.”
Steve Olsher on Nov 26, 2013 at 10:08:38
“thank you so much for the note... so glad you found the book to be helpful. keep me posted on your journey!”
“lol, religion is tolerant? That's news. Have you any knowledge of how church as an institution has behaved these 2000 years? It's been an instrument of control and repression. Read up on it.
And what does this have to do with evolution? It's science, religion is not.”
TOCB on Nov 24, 2013 at 01:47:17
“I am an individual who believes in God. I am not a religion or a church. It is hypocritical of atheists to expect acceptance by believers while being belligerent to believers. You don't have to believe if you don't want to, but you have no more right to tell me not to believe than I have to tell you to believe.”
Nov 11, 2013 at 09:21:22
“another stunt. shrug
children think they are the first to do something rebellious. time will show them they are just replaying the same tape over and over. new face, same behavior. the planet keeps spinning on its axis.”
thewirah on Nov 11, 2013 at 09:50:59
“Nothing rebellious about weed in the NL, it just makes you look like an American tourist.”
“You obviously don't know about the Gates Foundation and what they are doing in ignored areas of the world. Food and water >>> internet addictions.”
Bruce Farmer on Nov 3, 2013 at 05:22:56
“That's a very judgmental, pompous assumption of me on your part! I am very aware of the Bill and Melissa Gates Foundation and its works. The fact that you are so quick to jump to conclusions suggests to me that you are not of my generation but substantially younger. Perhaps even Zuckerberg's generation? Be care about forming "opinions" without checking the "facts"!”
“This is the guy that angrily insisted that FB wasn't handing over any data.
He called the users some more offensive that just "dumb".
Credibility is nonexistent, but people are essentially handing him their lives on a silver platter. Free to do whatever with the info. Everything you say can be used against you, twisted, turned upside down.
There is no safety in your identity put a database of any kind.”
“You all should be aware that there are numerous companies popping up now that harvest public info about people and SELLING it. I read an article about one of them in Sweden, and they stated that the US govt is one of their customers, and they pay not only for info, but for development too.
Seriously, think twice about what you throw out there that will end up in the open.
The hashtags are just another way to try to draw you out into the open.”
Misslabeled on Jun 13, 2013 at 17:13:23
“True. There was a recent article about "like" harvesting, and how people will post something trying to get people to like it. The more people liking, the more valuable it is to sell... along with your "permission" to be spammed.”