Dinesh, you are funny while being mildly arrogant.
Dali: I like your counter-argument, especially the 'bla-bla-bla' part.
And Trask: (I'll bet that your wife is not even black.) It must have been the era or something. Actually, the late 70s were a very strange time, with Pope John I lasting but three weeks (!) after he disclosed that he was investigating the Institute for Religious Works (Vatican Bank) and NYC becoming almost bankrupt. There was, indeed, a strange transistion between Jimmy Carter (my favorite President of all times) and the ascension of both Thatcher and Reagan (my second worst President after 'W' Bush).
Yes, somehow people were more naive then and perhaps the world was getting ready to embrace the digital age and its 'virtual life' social media. I do not know, but I tried to stay rooted to the ground in my thinking and that meant even occasionally disagreeing with the aging hippies, even though, politically, I embraced them during the Vietnam Era. - David Lyga
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