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Posted by Alexander on September 5, 2001 20:26:58 UTC

In many cases you jest have to be less moral. Have you heard the expression "Too honest to stay in business"?
And, of course, poor educaded are easy pray of many rich businesses - various religion leaders who clears you wallets, numerous astrology/tarot/psychic businessmen businesswomen, tabloid magazines, vampire/paranormal movie industry, gambling and lottery owners, various telescams, etc.

This is sad - how much human energy and resourses are wasted in such activities just because population is uneducated.

Aurino, are you blind to these problems? Do you see your adopted homeland in "roze colors" only? Or you simply unaware about these and many other problems on your front yard (like drugs, poverty, homelessness, prostitution, racial problems, riots, political scandals, etc.)? Anyone with normal vision is aware of them (as well as about more opportunities for hard working individuals and more personal freedoms (compared to other countries), which results in prosperity of US).

If you are not aware of problems in your new homeland, consider trimming rozes which block view from your windows, or consider investing in a TV set and in a couple of newspapers to see the reality beyond rozes.

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