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Kevin Kondas 
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Re: “How to get arrested on Black Friday

I like to think we are all doing our best. The retailers and shoppers heard and considered and were further stimulated to move in a more spiritual direction, the workers were hopefully grateful for their employment and well compensated and inspired to use that compensation more wisely, the protesters can be grateful believing that they stood up for what they believed in and made a difference in the way people, including the justice system, think about freedom and Thanksgiving.

I'd like to Give Thanks to all the aforementioned as they have all contributed to the over all beauty and diversity of our abundant world. Great job everyone!

Just as any distance from "0", no matter how small, can be broken down into infinite parts, any instance from Love can be broken into infinite parts of good and bad, right and wrong. I call this "The spooky action of Love at a distance entanglement theory of morality"

Posted by Kevin Kondas on 12/02/2011 at 8:28 AM

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