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    GrumpyOldGeek

    you make an important point.  Although, there are many different careers or financial levels everyone should be able to mix in a group.  This stopped happening in the 1980's, my family went through the Great Depression and some survive the Holocaust, but everyone was welcomed, educated, laborers, we all ate supper together.  Each person was valued for the person they were.

    The point is the attitude in Washington and some who are wealthy, degreed, etc., has been separating the classes and there has been a devaluing of humans and it has become only the wealthy being valued.  But, it is really bad thinking.

    How many times I've seen a comment stating that someone lives in a big house and has a lot money, but they are empty people and in my book not worth much value if all they have to offer is their material worth.

    Certain violations of the social compact are too terrible to utter aloud: this is the meaning of the word unspeakable. Herman.

    by zaka1 on Fri Dec 10, 2010 at 07:01:43 PM PST

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