laughing at the lemmings still caught in the money/buying/consumerist echo of an ancient pagan ritual.
I'm laughing at the overly cynical at life, straving-artist-wanna-be that shows his frustration in evey post.
You always sound so disappointed and as if you have a chip on your shoulder. Somewhere down the road, someone obviuously pissed in your cereal bowl of life. I'm sorry about your disappointments and disillusionments (i.e. prop shafts, perceptions of exclusivity/ellitism, money, and all that). Possessing cash is not an evil thing, but refusing to part with it at all costs comes close (e.g. tight wad). I prefer to think of it as resource management.
You err, however, in your haste to generalize too often, too much, and too fast about others. This thread was not about money or consumerism
. It was about suggestions on ways to celebrate
a holiday. A happy holiday that promotes conciousness among others for others.
Sorry you feel that way, old man! I choose to live the way that I want to live. I've more than earned it. Additionally, I'll live the way that many of my comrads wished they could've if they were still alive. You... you can do what ever you want to do. I'm not going to direct you on how you should live your life ... and that's the beauty of it.
Merry Christmas from your buddy, Shack. Don't worry, I won't "BUY"
BTW - I hope you have provided food, schooling, protection, and/or medical support to someone this month/year in order to support your own criticisims in you post. It's difficult for one to critisize another, unless one have done this type of stuff oneself.