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Nap Time!!!

Thursday, October 04, 2007
More whee

It's good to let your staff show their critical thinking skills on occasion, like The Daily Cal did today.
People should free themselves from mental slavery to the dollar. By realizing simplicity as a key to happiness, people can increase their peacefulness towards the planet and all the people in it.
Andrew Willis is the staff representative, by the way. Is simplicity the key to happiness? Back when things were simple, happiness was far more prevalent, after all.
Recall the most ridiculously double-flip, chocolate-dipped, euphoric moment in your life. Was it the season premiere of "24?" Eating the infamous 32-ounce from YoPo? The moment when you first fired up your iPhone? Probably not (if you answered yes to any of the above, seek help). I'd be willing to bet they came from chillin' with friends, celebrating with family or learning something new.

The purity of this type of happiness outweighs the more superficial pleasures of consumerism.
And why did you have time to chill with your friends? Why weren't you out working the fields? How are you going to eat if you don't spend your entire life farming?
Think about the adverse effects of using electricity generated from fossil fuels, whose emissions are causing global climate change that is slowly melting glacial ice and threatening polar bear populations.
Whoa, whoa, I thought we were going to go simple. That electricity which makes so many things simple... we have to avoid it? Won't that make things more complicated?

posted by Beetle Aurora Drake 10/04/2007 08:26:00 PM #
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