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Re: Lose with War lil' jimi

Posted by leeran on April 23, 2003, at 11:28:22

In reply to Re: Lose with War, posted by lil' jimi on April 22, 2003, at 14:09:47

"it is because i have felt this 'unsafety' about speaking out about these important things"


Boy, do I have a website for you . . .

Do you ever visit Somehow, I think you might find it of interest.

If you go to the website, scroll down to the little blue box that says "reading room" (expect pop-ups, darn it), and click on the link.

You have to be an "agent" to post there (note: I am NOT an agent, nor have I ever desired to be one for myriad reasons), but there's some interesting reading from different points of view.

You don't need Visa or Mastercard there, but you do need a large grain of salt.

I enjoy the different perspectives. Some threads I simply ignore, and others I find quite intriguing. An added feature is that you can see how many times each message has been viewed.

If you go, let me know what you think.


p.s. I read a book a few years ago (very, very controversial) that left me questioning everything. Soon after reading that book I found RumorMillNews and a few other similar websites. I always start out at but depending on the current political/national/world situation I will give these other sites a quick look to see what spin they're putting on things. Also, have you seen "Wag the Dog?"

Another P.S. - This post is about the extent of it for me as far as the subject of politics goes. My husband and I talk about it constantly (I think I wear on his nerves), plus, I get my political internet jollies from three websites (two of which I mentioned above). I started Lexapro again Monday so I'm hoping that little 1/2 pill will help me stop obsessing about what's going to happen and take a more an "I ultimately have no control over it" attitude.

Okay, gotta run, Jimi. I'm leaving this room full of mirrors because I hear my train a comin'. I need to get ready to take my husband to work - not in a purple haze for a change - will undoubtedly hit some crosstown traffic. I'll take a stab at make up but still won't be a foxy lady. Manic depression?




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