Was driving around Cleveland today wondering what was going on. Heard of chemical weapons, but realized that there’s always something going on that nobody knows about. Remember after September 11th, when the Administration made us all feel like another attack was imminent and convinced us that it was a good idea to go into Iraq? It’s happening again, but in a much more subtle way. Much smarter people than any of us know have made the decision to keep secrets. And we must respect their decision to do so.
However, have we really assessed our individual awareness? Have we become so muddled by social networks that we no longer notice the signs of those who are closest to us needing our assistance? After a brief poll, the Campfire has learned that Twitter is the most popularly used social network by young people these days, followed by Instagram. That was news to us, but apparently is a no-brainer to those who watch Tosh2.0, one of the most cleverly designed commercials on television. If you don’t believe us, watch the show and think about the names mentioned and why there are not any traditional commercials in between segments.
Why bring up this when something so serious is going on? Well, there’s also the Master’s with a sex addict who is also addicted to perfection. Has anyone ever seen Tiger Woods happy, except when he was 21 and got the fancy jacket? Does it matter? If you’re out and about this weekend, you will surely see it on some television. The Campfire was really pulling for the young fella from China.
Or why not bring up the other “professional sports” that desperately pull us into their advertising schemes? Even though they are controlled by megalomaniacs, we respect them as pure. The games are, but anything on television is not. Have you seen Any Given Sunday? If not, then give it a view and listen to a few of the conversations.
Why so negative? Well, as we put this together, we’re overhearing high schoolers talk nonsense while typing away on their iPhones. The cure for this nonsense is to simply go outside and light a fire. And that is what this paperwriter will do. Good-night.