Hi! I was checking out your group Anonymous, because I'm pro Occupy. However, the "We do not forgive" part turns me off. I consider Truth & Reconciliation an essential part of building a fair and sustainable alternative to the current messed up situation.
thanks for commenting. i've been away from the internet for 3 and 1/2 weeks due to hurricane gustav. Your page layout is not lame; it's alot better than mine. Great page. I hope to visit south america one day; but don't know a whole lot about it (about as much as the average person). Lots of great mma fighters are from there. It's funny, you resemble one of my sisters:)
Thank you for the invite and your comment on my blog. I will be commenting, from time to time, on our human condition and matters of religion.
Glad to meet you and good luck on your legal endeavors.
I was glad to hear again from you, Rosa! I did read your posting in book discussion with interest as Vonnegut is also one of my real favorites.
I must also advertize to you the fact that i just published a brand new essay on Medieval Europe in my blog at http://beinghuman.blogs.fi
I am hanging my head in shame, I never had time to finish it... I was sick for 1.5 weeks, too sick to read, and add to that the chaos of moving, and you might have an idea as to why I had to skip this one :(
I'll definitely finish it later though, it's sitting in my shelf staring at me accusingly.
Anyway, I'm glad to hear some of you managed to read it! I started a discussion, so please go and contribute ^___^
For future reference, you can just start one yourself if I forget (or in this case, my net was down). :) I'm in no way a leader/anything else official of the book club.
Your welcome, Rosa. I also read Cat's Cradle again recently (for the book club). After all, I suggested it. Vonnegut has some of the darkest humor ever written. You can't help but laugh and cry at the same time.
Hi Rosa. This might be a stupid question, but have you ever traveled to Brazil? As an urban planner, I have studied cities streatched across the globe, although I have visited very few of them. I am interested specifically in Curitiba, Brazil and was wandering if you have ever been there.