* Associate/Full Professor of Folklore
Indiana University, (Indiana)
(date posted: 7/18/2008)
remember that the Americans are not the only ones prospering in the world so long as we do not start ruining other people's initiatives to create, invent, explore, discover, plan properly, make no bones that we need to coordinate and work properly together, not to mess with someone's system just because it is not yours unless it is bad;
even if we were not born in this country, it does not mean we will do it harm; do not get harmstrung by inferior systems or people;
think of the difference between the Euro and the Dollars also
check out the others at http://ftcuacalltoemployment26.blogspot.com
we all should know when we have a good thing and not wreck it, $$$ ???
where is your sense of fair play? survival of the ????
let me tell you that tokenism before was not entirely tokenism; it was to some extent globalization, internationalization, laissez faire, many years of working with other countries, the weather and climate, the rest and recreation, remember that the Epcot Center; it can be lonesome too; reserve yourself a place in ShangriLa someday
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