I jumped up and went to the T.V watching the towers burn. "Hmm…”
I didn’t really say too much after that. What was there to say?
It’s the same Production but different stage. In reality it shouldn't be the stage that matters it should be the production itself.
How sad it was to have such “justified” paranoia toward the stereotype.
We Are A Wounded Nation.
We've put them in front of TVs, Computers and iPads and allowed for those things to take our place in their education.
Lack of these things add to the PTSD of our Nation.
We didn’t separated them until the age of 16 and then expect them to automatically know how to deal with each other. We grew them up together, watched them fight as kids and learn how to settle it without parents getting too involved to the rescue. We sent them on activities together with our families and their families so if they could date at the right age they had a foundation of friendship and familiarity. They curiosity of each other didn’t get the best of them and carry them away to unknown and pent up curiosity.