Monday, March 28, 2011

Be gentle!


Short-acting is deeply implicated in certain social occurrences, including:
1. spreading, also known as "emotional contagion," 2. the social molding of personal identity, 3. the allotting of one-dimensional roles such as stereotyping, which includes scapegoating, corporate bashing and government antagonism, 4. typical labor prejudices such as the demolition of the personality under organized unions, 5. refusing sound entertainment, such as watching TV for an extended period of time (or avoiding high sugars).